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13 Jan 2016

Colombia: Report alleges abuses by security forces employed by Swedish & Latin American companies building Hidroituango dam

A report launched in November 2015 by a group of Swedish Civil Society Organizations portraits the main human rights risks associated with a consortium of Atlas Copco & Scania (Sweden), Camargo Correa (Brazil), Coninsa-Ramón H, Conconcreto and EPM (Colombia).  Scania responded to the authors of the report. Its response is available onlyin Swedish.  Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited all Latin American companies to respond. The responses are provided by Camargo Correa, Conconcreto and EPM. Coninsa-Ramón H did not respond, we will inform later if the company responds. To read this story in Spanish, click here.

Company Responses

Scania View Response
Mover Participações (formerly Grupo Camargo Corrêa) View Response
EPM (Empresas Públicas de Medellín) View Response
Conconcreto View Response
Coninsa Ramón H

No Response

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