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13 December 2014

"Indigenous Peoples and the Extractive Sector: Towards a Rights-Respecting Engagement"

Author: Cathal M. Doyle & Andrew Whitmore for Tebtebba, PIPLinks & Middlesex University

“Indigenous Peoples and the Extractive Sector: Towards a Rights-Respecting Engagement”, 22 September 2014 It is an incontestable fact that the extractive sector has had devastating impacts on indigenous peoples. These impacts commenced with the proces...

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Company response
5 May 2014

Intex Resources response

Author: Intex Resources

[Intex Resources re concerns related to killings of environmental and land defenders in the Philippines.] We are astounded and saddened by the insinuation in a paragraph on page 21 of the report "Deadly Environment: The dramatic rise in killing of...

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1 June 2013

[PDF] Calling for Corporate Accountability: A Guide to the 2011 OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

Author: OECD Watch

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Glencore, POSCO, Shell, Statkraft and Ratiopharm to respond to certain allegations in the guide. Responses provided.] The guide is intended to help you understand how the dispute resolution...

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16 April 2012

The Goldman Environmental Prize: 2012

Author: The Goldman Environmental Prize [USA]

Welcome to the 2012 Goldman Environmental Prize online pressroom...Here you will find press releases, background information on our 2012 recipients, print-ready photographs, and links to broadcast-quality video highlighting our recipients' work... ...

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7 March 2012

Concerns regarding Intex Resources' Mindoro Nickel Project in the Philippines, and company response

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

NGOs have raised concerns about Intex Resources' Mindoro Nickel Project in the Philippines. These concerns were reflected in a report on the project by the Norwegian National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines, and include insufficient consultation...

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Company response
20 February 2012

Intex Resources response to concerns over Mindoro nickel project, Philippines

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26 January 2012

Green groups hit Norwegian mining firm’s partnership with China corporation

Author: Inquirer (Philippines)

Environmentalist groups censured a Norwegian mining firm for forging a partnership with a Chinese investors [MCC8 Group] to pursue its Mindoro Nickel Project even as its mining project on Mindoro Island has been found replete with violations…[refers...

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7 December 2011

Business and Human Rights Framework: The Australian Response

Author: Corporate Accountability Research

What response has there been by the Australian government to the Ruggie Framework? There are signs that it is beginning to support the Protect, Respect, Remedy Framework, and the Guiding Principles on business and human rights...Alongside these...

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30 November 2011

Report: Mining company does not act in accordance with the OECD Guidelines

Author: Norwegian National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Entreprises

The Norwegian-owned Mindoro Nickel Project in the Philippines should consult a broader group of indigenous peoples and be more transparent about adverse environmental impacts, concludes the OECD National Contact Point (NCP) Norway...Intex has...

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29 June 2010

[PDF] Assessing the contribution of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises to responsible business conduct

Author: Joris Oldenziel (SOMO), Joseph Wilde-Ramsing (SOMO) & Patricia Feeney (RAID)

This report assesses the contribution of the OECD Guidelines to responsible business conduct, sustainable development, and the resolution and reduction of conflicts between companies and communities regarding social issues, environmental concerns, and...

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