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Cameroon Network of Human Rights Organizations Report (Jan 2014)

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In January 2014, the Cameroon Network of Human Rights Organizations published a report, which raises concerns about respect for human rights by companies involved in major projects in Cameroon, "Respect of human rights on sites of major projects in Cameroon: Case study of Lom Pangar, Mballam, Nkamuna and Mobilong".  The human rights concerns include discrimination, housing, freedom of association, education and environment.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the following companies to respond: 

Company Responses

Coyne & Bellier View Response
China International Water & Electric (CWE) View Response
Electricity Development Corporation (EDC)

No Response

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