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10 December 2013

Business must raise its game on human rights in the Middle East - Revelations of worker exploitation in Qatar led to calls for changes from the top but the private sector has an obligation too

Author: Rania Fazah, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, in Guardian [UK]

In the challenging environment of the Middle East many companies, whether headquartered there or outside the region, might be tempted to hold on to the local context and local laws to guide their operations. As the briefing that we launched today,...

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10 December 2013

[PDF] Businesses across the Middle East must put human rights above the bottom line - New report lifts the lid on the business practices of dozens of companies operating across the Middle East

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[Arabic and French versions below] Companies operating across the Middle East must uphold human rights according to a new report by an international human rights organisation. The new report, released today in Arabic, English and French by the Business...

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28 August 2013

Helwan Fertilizers Company response to the rejoinder

Author: Helwan Fertilizers Company (Egypt)

The Coke plant included a fertilizer plant which started operation in 1971. It was designed according to old technology and accordingly the pollution was heavy. Therefore Helwan Fertilizers Co decided to establish up to date design by "Uhde Thyssen...

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26 August 2013

Response by Helwan Fertilizers: Rejoinder by Habi Center for Environmental Rights to Helwan Fertilizer, regarding pollution concerns & alleged repression of protests.

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12 August 2013

Helwan Fertilizers Company response

Author: Adel El Danaf, Helwan Fertilizers Company (Egypt)

...We would like to inform you that our area include many industrial plants such as, for example, Iron & steel plant, Coke over plant, Three cement plants, about 450 brick manufacturing plants...etc, all these plants are located in the same area...

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21 July 2013

[PDF] Two statements by Habi Center for Environmental Rights regarding Helwan Fertilizers Company in Arab Abu Saa’id, Egypt - "Environmental rights and the Thuggery Law" and "Second Statement on the Arab Abu Saa’id court case"

Author: Habi Center for Environmental Rights (Egypt)

[scroll down this page for company responses] The Helwan Fertilizer Company has filed a direct misdemeanor...against some people of Arab Abu Saa’id, part of Giza jurisdiction, as the people in this village staged a protest, submitted several complaints...

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15 July 2013
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