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Iraq: New Amnesty Intl. report on reconstruction process addresses concerns to occupying powers & private companies

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20 June 2003

Iraq: Human rights must be foundation for rebuilding

Author: Amnesty International

In a newly released report, "On whose behalf? Human rights and the economic reconstruction process in Iraq", Amnesty International argues that: "the goal of reconstruction should be to ensure the effective protection and realization of all human rights for all Iraqis. Reconstruction will only succeed if human rights are at the centre of the process." The report raises numerous concerns addressed to the occupying powers and to private companies who are rushing to enter or invest in Iraq.

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20 June 2003

Iraq: On Whose Behalf? Human Rights and the Economic Reconstruction Process in Iraq

Author: Amnesty International

includes concerns addressed to companies [refers to Shell, Iraqi National Oil Co., Bechtel, BearingPoint [formerly KPMG Consulting], Booz Allen Hamilton, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, IBM, Kellogg Brown & Root, Halliburton, Fluor, Creative Associates International, Stevedoring Services of America, Cargill, Archer-Daniels-Midland, International Resources Group, Parsons Corp., Louis Berger Inc., DynCorp]

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