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Company Response

7 May 2021


Socfin's response to SLAPPed but not silenced report

“... First and foremost, it is essential to underline that we do not question freedom of expression nor the right to criticize us. However, it is our responsibility to condemn false information and to defend the image of Socfin, it’s operations, and it’s stakeholders against actions or reports from groups that voluntarily stigmatize our activities.

We are committed to a respectful and transformative form of tropical agriculture that brings long term socio-economic progress and development. Please find more information on our website...”

This is a response to


Lawsuit (SLAPP) 29 May 2016

Part of the following timelines

Le Point




FIAN Belgium

SOS Faim Belgique

SOS Faim Luxembourg

Centre national de coopération au développement (CNCD-11.11.1)

11.11.11 vecht tegen onrecht (fight against injustice)

SLAPPs brought across the globe to intimidate & silence human rights defenders raising concerns about business practice