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The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

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17 December 2004

Environmental & indigenous activists from India, Indonesia, Philippines, UK, Kenya & Ghana accuse Canadian mining companies of environmental harm at WTO meetings

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17 December 2004

[PDF] Letter from Alcan in response to petition by Kashipur movement

Author: Michael Hanley, President & CEO, Alcan Bauxite & Alumina

...violence broke out at a protest against the [Utkal] Project four years ago and three local villagers were shot and killed by police. After the incident, the Project partners decided to temporarily curtail Project activities pending results of a...

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20 December 2003

Lupin Labs Bags Corporate Social Responsibility Award [India]

Author: Hindu Business Line

Lupin Laboratories Ltd has bagged the Businessworld-FICCI-SEDF Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Award 2003 for its contribution in the field of community development. The company has taken significant initiatives towards empowering women in...

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25 July 2003

86 Indian firms ink global compact: ILO

Author: Press Trust of India, in The Hindu

More than 86 Indian companies have subscribed to the United Nations Global Compact, declared in 1999, the ILO said urging business leaders to help build social and environmental pillars required to sustain global economy...Prominent India companies...

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31 October 2002

[PDF] full report: "Tunnel Vision: Women, Mining and Communities"

Author: Oxfam Community Aid Abroad

[includes reference to Benguet Corp., Alcan, Norsk Hydro, Indal, Rio Tinto, Kennecott, Placer Dome, Misima Mining Ltd., PT Freeport Indonesia, PT KEM, Aurora Gold, Newmont, PT IMK]

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