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22 Jul 2005

Richard Trumka, Secretary-Treasurer, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)

[PDF] [AFL-CIO letter to Chevron posing questions regarding human rights policy, Unocal merger, Nigeria lawsuit]

...we would like to arrange a meeting to review: a) Chevron’s intentions regarding Unocal’s Burmese assets; b) Chevron’s approach to the use of security forces, particularly in the light of recent litigation related to human rights abuses by Nigerian military security forces hired by the Company; c) Chevron’s timeline for publishing its human rights policy, its implementation, monitoring and enforcement as well as the Company’s intentions regarding the integration of Unocal’s existing human and labor rights policies and guidelines.

Part of the following timelines

USA: Shareholders concerned about Chevron's lack of human rights policy in light of Unocal merger

Chevron lawsuit (re Nigeria)