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8 December 2017
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Author: Amnesty International France

« Base de données de l'ONU des entreprises ayant des activités en relation avec les colonies israéliennes : les ONG se mobilisent », 6 décembre 2017...

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7 December 2017
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Author: Verdad Abierta

“Preocupación por implementación de la JEP llega a la Corte Penal Internacional” – 30 de noviembre de 2017...

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4 December 2017

Amnesty International latest report urges criminal inquiry into Shell over alleged complicity in murder and torture in Nigeria 2 decades ago; Company response to Amnesty included

Amnesty International has released a new report entitled "Nigeria: A criminal enterprise? Shell's involvement in human rights violations in the 1990s". Amnesty is urging the UK, Nigeria and the Netherlands to consider a criminal case against Shell in...

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4 December 2017
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Author: Matthieu Hoffstetter, Bilan (Suisse)

«Le respect des droits de l'homme devient un atout pour le business», 23 novembre 2017...

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30 November 2017

Recent lawsuits contribute to emerging norm of corporate accountability for international crimes, says scholar

Author: Dieneke de Vos, on Just Security

" Corporate Criminal Accountability for International Crimes ", 30 Nov 2017...

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28 November 2017

Nigeria: Amnesty publishes evidence of alleged complicity of Shell in silencing protesters & urges UK, Nigeria & Netherlands to consider criminal investigation; Shell denies allegations

Author: Hannah Summers, The Guardian (UK)

"Amnesty seeks criminal inquiry into Shell over alleged complicity in murder and torture in Nigeria", 28 Nov 2017...

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28 November 2017
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Author: CSR News

Shell habe die Niederschlagung von Protesten in den Ölfördergebieten im Niger-Delta durch die damalige Militärregierung befürwortet und aktiv unterstützt, erklärte die Menschenrechtsorganisation am Dienstag in einem Bericht. Dafür müsse der britisch...

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27 November 2017

Australia: Canstruct to contract with govt. to provide services to offshore detention centre on Nauru

Canstruct, an Australian civil engineering company, will reportedly contract with the Australian government to provide services at offshore detention facilities in Nauru. Media reports highlight the concerns raised by human rights groups that...

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21 November 2017

Canada: Lawsuit against Nevsun for alleged forced labour & torture in Eritrea mine can proceed, says Appeal Court

Author: Canadian Centre for International Justice

" Appeal court confirms slave labour lawsuit against Canadian mining company can go to trial ", 21 Nov 2017...

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21 November 2017

Tanzania: Activists want justice for victims of alleged human rights abuses at Acacia's mine included in govt.'s framework agreement with parent Barrick Gold; company responds

Human rights advocacy organisations have urged the govt. to address human rights abuses allegedly committed at Acacia's North Mara mine, as part of the framework agreement with Acacia's parent company, Barrick Gold. The activists are seeking President...

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