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26 March 2018

Tanzania & Mozambique: Poor rural women discriminated in compensation after displacement to pave way for agribusiness, says report

A report by The World Resources Institute's (WRI) shows that women are discriminated when communities are compensated or resettled to pave way for agribusiness in Africa. The report calls for more inclusive and participatory community decision-making...

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23 March 2018

Nordea's investment in Facebook on hold over Cambridge Analytica controversy

Author: Sasja Beslik, Ethical Corporation (UK)

" Why Nordea’s responsible investment funds have dropped Facebook" 23 Mar 2018. ...

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21 March 2018

Access Now warns of risks inherent in national digital identity programmes

Author: Access Now (USA)

"National digital identity programmes: what’s next?", 21 Mar 2018...

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20 March 2018

Maasai-Maori exchange offers Kenya's indigenous community insights on how to engage & benefit from geothermal companies operating in their communal land

Author: Kevin Mwanza, Reuters

"When the Maasai met the Maori: Kenya seeks to end geothermal land conflicts"...

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20 March 2018

Malawi: How NGOs are protecting the rights of local communities impacted by proposed Lilongwe Water Project

Author: Elias Jika & Preksha Kumar, in International Accountability Project

"The Banks May be Gone but Communities Still Pay the Price for Poor Development Planning"...

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20 March 2018
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Author: Trinchera de la noticia (Nicaragua)

“Empresa privada rechaza control a internet y redes sociales”, 15 de marzo de 2018...

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20 March 2018

USA: Bayer allegedly failing to respect int'l human rights standards by financially supporting Sean Hannity Show through advertising, inc. company response

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19 March 2018

Nigeria: Latest report by Amnesty says Shell, Eni negligent on Nigeria oil spills; includes company responses to Amnesty

In their latest report titled "Negligence in the Niger Delta: Decoding Shell and Eni's poor records on oil spills", Amnesty International (AI) has accused Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) and Italian oil giant Eni of “serious negligence” in...

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19 March 2018
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Author: OEA

“Resolución 1/18 Corrupción y derechos humanos”, 2 de marzo de 2018...

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13 March 2018
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