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16 March 2006

University of California votes to divest from 9 companies doing business in Sudan: PetroChina, Sinopec, Bharat Heavy Electricals, Nam Fatt, ONGC, PECD, Sudan Telecom, Tatneft, Videocon

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9 December 2005
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9 December 2005

[PDF] Joint NGO Submission, Consultation on Human Rights and the Extractive Industry

Author: ESCR-Net Corporate Accountability Working Group

The ESCR-Net Corporate Accountability Working Group has assembled a set of case studies related to the extract industries as a contribution to the work of the Special Representative. The case studies reveal patterns of violations and gaps in the...

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9 December 2005
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18 August 2005

How oil drives the genocide in Darfur [Sudan]

Author: David Morse, in Sudan Tribune

...Darfurian villages have been burned to clear the way for drilling and pipelines, and to remove any possible sanctuaries for rebels.

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1 June 2005

Students and States Seek to End Genocide in Sudan Through Divestment Campaigns

Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

Students urge Stanford University to follow in the footsteps of Harvard University by divesting, and urge California senators to pass legislation like Illinois did...testimonials [of atrocities] prove convincing in campaigns to divest from companies...

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1 April 2005

Considering the use of Restrictive Measures on Sudan by the European Union

Author: Mikael Eriksson, Uppsala University - commissioned by European Coalition on Oil in Sudan

This paper examines the possibilities of introducing restrictive measures on Sudan. It reviews existing mechanisms of targeted sanctions with a particular emphasis on EU sanctions. The first section of the paper looks at effectiveness and the current...

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17 October 2004

Capital punishment - UN oil sanctions against Sudan seem unlikely. Could a divestment campaign fill the gap?

Author: Ethical Corporation [editorial]

Oil revenues help the [Sudanese] regime to stay in power...the oil continues to flow through the hands of the state-owned oil companies of China, India and Malaysia. [China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), ONGC Videsh, Petronas]... As US...

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25 November 2003

Oil companies accused of complicity in Sudan conflict, rights abuses

Author: Sudan Tribune

Human Rights Watch (HRW)…in a report entitled "Sudan, Oil and Human Rights,"…accused the Sudanese government of displacing hundreds of thousands of civilians, and oil companies of being accomplices seeking to control oilfields…The 754-page report...

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