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21 April 2020
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Author: Maurício Angelo, Observatório da Mineração (Brazil)

“Perguntamos às maiores mineradoras do Brasil o que estão fazendo para evitar a pandemia. Metade ficou em silêncio”, 10 de abril de 2020...

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7 September 2014

Report provides overview of companies purchasing phosphate from disputed Western Sahara territory, allegedly without benefits to locals

In June 2014. Western Sahara Resource Watch published a report detailing information about companies that purchase phosphate from Western Sahara.  The report alleges that phosphate provides the main source of income for Morocco, which illegally...

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1 November 2009

[PDF] A Question of Governance: To Protect Agribusiness Profits or the Right to Food?

Author: Molly D. Anderson, Agribusiness Action Initiatives (AAI)

In November 2009, government delegates and representatives from multilateral organizations and civil society are meeting in Rome for the third international food summit to address rapidly rising numbers of hungry people (the “food crisis”) by...

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25 October 2008

WSRW protests imports to Florida [Western Sahara]

Author: Western Sahara Resource Watch

Florida fertilizer company Mosaic Co. has received another vessel of phosphates from occupied Western Sahara, in violation of international law. Western Sahara Resource Watch section Florida has urged the company to stop its imports...Mosaic can have...

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9 October 2008

Plundering of Western Sahara slammed in the UN General Assembly

Author: Western Sahara Resource Watch

The issue of the plundering of Western Sahara was a recurring topic, as the UN's committee for decolonisation issues this week has gathered to debate the decolonisation process in Western Sahara. Companies from various countries were critizised for...

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