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Monterrico Metals (part of Zijin)

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On 27 April 2007, the Zijin Consortium acquired a majority shareholding in Monterrico.

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28 October 2017

Glencore subsidiary in UK High Court battle over human rights abuse claims in Peru

Author: Leigh Day

Villagers from Peru will attend the High Court in London on 31 October 2017 at the start of a 10-day legal hearing involving claims being brought by 22 Peruvians....

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31 March 2016
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20 September 2015

Paper discusses options for holding extractive industries accountable for sexual & gender-based violence

Author: Anna von Gall, European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR)

"Litigation (im)possible? Holding companies accountable for sexual and gender-based violence in the context of extractive industries",...

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5 August 2015
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Tras casi un mes de haberse extraviado en una zona de difícil acceso en Piura, medios de comunicación han insinuado que un equipo de trabajadores enviados por la empresa Río Blanco [parte de Monterrico Metals] habría sido secuestrado por las...

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23 July 2015

"Too toxic to touch?"

Author: Amnesty International

...UK law enforcement agencies have apparently been sluggish in taking action despite clear grounds to investigate and growing public calls for companies to be held to account when they break the law. Amnesty International’s interaction with UK...

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28 April 2015

Commentary: Domestic courts are necessary to ensure access to remedy until legally binding treaty facilitates process

Author: Irina Crivet, Koç University, on academia.edu

"Domestic remedies for international business-related human rights abuses", 28 Apr 2015...

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1 April 2015

New briefing shines spotlight on conduct of UK companies, making recommendations for next government

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre has today released a new briefing analysing the conduct of UK companies, including 13 recommendations for the next British government. British companies have a massive impact on human rights around the w...

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4 March 2015
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17 November 2014

Peru: New Global Witness report on drivers of high number of murders of environmental defenders

On the occasion of the launching of its newest report “Peru´s Deadly Environment”, Global Witness will award Edwin Chota, an indigenous leader recently killed by illegal loggers, and calls the attention of the country’s actions to prevent these attacks...

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18 February 2014

Monterrico Metals lawsuit (re Peru)

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Para la versión en español de este perfil de caso, haga clic acá....

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