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Displacement

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Article
3 March 2000

Battle against oppression abroad turns to Wall Street

Author: Jane Lampman, Christian Science Monitor

Religious and human-rights activists target stocks and capital markets to stop a war of 'genocide' in Sudan [refers to Talisman, Petronas, PetroChina]

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Article
7 January 2000

Inco in Indonesia: A Report for Canadian People

Author: Arianto Sangaji, Palu

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Article
7 January 2000

Inco in Indonesia: A Report for Canadian People

Author: Arianto Sangaji

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Article
1 January 2000

Business & Human Rights- Ilisu Dam and the politics of water [Turkey]

Author: Jane Nelson/The Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum [now International Business Leaders Forum], International Alert, Council on Economic Priorities, in

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Article
1 January 2000

Human Security in Sudan (the Harker report)

Author: excerpts from executive summary of report prepared for the Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs

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Story
1 November 1999

Dayaks reoccupy traditional mines in Aurora Gold concession [Indonesia]

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Article
1 November 1999

Dayaks reoccupy traditional mines in Aurora Gold concession [Indonesia]

Author: Down to Earth Newsletter

After many years of peaceful process and unsuccessful negotiations, Dayaks communities in Central Kalimantan have moved back on to their traditional mining sites. This direct action was taken as a last resort to defend rights consistently denied by...

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Article
5 October 1999

Fight for Sudan's Oil is Killing Civilians

Author: Damien Lewis, Globe and Mail [Toronto]

Canadian company part of consortium developing fields being cleared by force in civil war

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Article
9 May 1999

Balancing the costs and benefits of tourism

Author: Danielle Knight, Indian Express

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Article
1 May 1999

Basic Human Rights and the Impact of Mining Companies - Part 1 - What Should be Done

Author: Jeff Atkinson, Community Aid Abroad [Oxfam Australia]

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