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25 October 2016

Report: The “Canada Brand”: Violence and Canadian Mining Companies in Latin America

Author: Justice and Corporate Accountability Project (JCAP)

This is the first report to profile specific forms of violence and criminalization associated with Canadian mining projects in Latin America over a fifteen year period…[W]e provide observations about the violent incidents studied…make observations...

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7 June 2016
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Author: Mays Mouissi, mays-mouissi.com (Gabon)

Au Gabon, les revenus tirés de l’activité pétrolière sont structurants dans la consolidation des recettes publiques de l’Etat. En 2015, les recettes pétrolières, bien qu’en baisse par rapport à l’année précédente, ont représenté plus de 500 milliards...

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3 June 2016

Mitsubishi Materials agreement represents a step to improve the still strained Japan-China relations

Author: Austin Ramzy, New York Times (USA)

"Mitsubishi Materials Apologizes to Chinese World War II Laborers," 1 Jun 2016...

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3 June 2016

Mitsubishi Materials settles with Chinese forced laborers

Author: Shuichi Yutaka, Nozomu Hayashi, and Daisuke Nishimura, Asahi Shimbun (Japan)

Mitsubishi Materials Corp. reached an out-of-court settlement…with three former Chinese laborers forced to work in Japan under harsh conditions during World War II. The settlement…could mark a major turning point…because…[m]ore than 3,700 Chinese...

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2 June 2016

Mitsubishi Materials settles with Chinese mine labourers over forced labour in WWII

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4 April 2016
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Author: Diario Uno

“Trabajadores de Antamina denuncian haberse contaminado”...

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29 March 2016

Sakhalin Energy: Community Liaison Organisation

Author: Sakhalin Energy

In line with international best practices, Sakhalin Energy set up a Community Liaison Organisation that aims at establishing and promoting mutual understanding and good-neighbour relations with local communities, government institutions, and other...

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22 December 2015

Mexico: Research finds wind energy in Oaxaca could have negative impacts on land rights & development of indigenous communities

Author: Soledad Mills, Sebastián Pérez & Josh Garrett, Equitable Origin

“Defining and addressing community opposition to wind development in Oaxaca”, Nov 2015...

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29 November 2015

India: Ahead of Japanese PM's visit, 13 Jaitapur villages declare opposition to nuclear power plant in Maharashtra

Author: Counter view

Ahead of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s India visit in December second week, 13 villages in Jaitapur, Maharashtra, have declared their opposition to the proposed nuclear project by passing a unanimous resolution. While the plant is to be built...

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28 September 2015

Japan: Companies implement measures to promote women in the workplace following new law

Author: Jiji (Japan)

"Companies working to boost women’s role in the workplace", 26 Sep 2015...

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