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InverCaixa (part of La Caixa)

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in Spain

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9 September 2013

[PDF] Business & human rights in Latin America & the Caribbean – A round-up of recent developments

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

This briefing highlights reports from a range of sources about how businesses have impacted human rights, positively and negatively, in Latin America & the Caribbean over the past two years. The briefing refers to most countries in Latin America....

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9 September 2013
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Author: Centro de Información sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos

Este informe destaca los reportes de un variado rango de fuentes sobre los impactos (negativos y positivos) de las empresas sobre los derechos humanos en América Latina y el Caribe, en los dos últimos años. El informe hace referencia a la mayoría de...

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10 April 2013

Paraguay: Survival Intl. says Carlos Casado (part of Grupo San José) is destroying indigenous group's lands & calls on investors to take action

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Carlos Casado, Grupo San José, Banco Castilla-La Mancha and Invercaixa (part of La Caixa), to respond. Carlos Casado's response provided. We will indicate here soon if the other companies respond]....

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Company non-response
19 March 2012

InverCaixa (part of La Caixa) did not respond to: Survival Intl. says construction firm Carlos Casado (part of Grupo San José) is threatening survival of indigenous group & calls on investors to take action.

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