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1 November 2002

[PDF] full report: "Tunnel Vision: Women, Mining and Communities"

Author: Oxfam Community Aid Abroad

[includes reference to Benguet Corp., Alcan, Norsk Hydro, Indal, Rio Tinto, Kennecott, Placer Dome, Misima Mining Ltd., PT Freeport Indonesia, PT KEM, Aurora Gold, Newmont, PT IMK]

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1 May 2002

Bank Accountability Redux: The Campaign for Compliance and Appeal Mechanisms at the European Development Banks

Author: Petr Hlobil, Centre for Energy and Transportation [Czech Republic], international oil and climate coordinator, CEE Bankwatch Network, in Multinational Monitor

Now citizens’ groups in Eastern Europe, such as CEE Bankwatch Network and Friends of the Earth, have started to demand that the EU representatives to these banks establish mechanisms to allow citizens to voice concerns in cases where they are...

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30 October 2001

AARHUS CONVENTION: New International Law Enters Into Force Today

Author: UN Wire

The U.N. Economic Commission for Europe's Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-Making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters, also known as the Aarhus Convention, enters into force today...The convention is...

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29 October 2001

AARHUS CONVENTION: New International Law Enters Into Force Today

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29 October 2001

Environmental Rights Not a Luxury: Aarhus Convention enters into force

Author: United Nations Economic Commission for Europe

A new international law, described by United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan as ‘the most ambitious venture in environmental democracy undertaken under the auspices of the United Nations’, will enter into force tomorrow, 30 October 2001...In...

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1 September 2001

Conference against racism: World Confederation of Labour Suggests Concrete Measures

Author: World Confederation of Labour

"The world of labour remains a space of discrimination based on ethnic belonging or skin colour", stressed Mr Toolsyraj Benydin, representative of the World Confederation of Labour in Durban, at the 3rd International Conference Against Racism. The WCL...

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1 September 2001

Conference against racism: World Confederation of Labour Suggests Concrete Measures

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1 September 2001

Discussing key elements of monitoring and verification

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1 September 2001

Discussing key elements of monitoring and verification

Author: Nina Ascoly and Ineke Zeldenrust, SOMO-Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations

This paper brings together those ideas on the possible key elements that need to be a part of an effective monitoring and verification system which ultimately serves to improve workplace conditions and facilitate the empowerment of workers.

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10 April 2001

Update on progress towards EU standards for European enterprises operating in developing countries

Author: Richard Howitt, Member of European Parliament

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