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3 Feb 2022

Ella Skybenko,
Ashley Nancy Reynolds,
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre letters to investors

Investor Outreach

In late November 2021, the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre reached out to Western investors and shareholders with current investments in projects with particularly serious human rights allegations. We also narrowed the list to exclude intermediary companies , and did not contact investors who exclusively invested in projects where we did not find significant human rights allegations.

Attached to this page, you can find the letters we sent each of these investors.

We further engaged with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development via video conferencing.

To learn more, view the full story or visit our Digging in the Shadows portal.