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6 March 2001

Plaintiffs Win Round in Yadana Lawsuit [case against Unocal]

Author: Earthrights International/International Labor Rights Fund

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5 March 2001

Students from 56 Universities Launch Fast, Calling for End to U.S. Corporate Support for Burma's Regime

Protest After Release of U.S. State Department Cable

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1 March 2001

Canadian NGO policy views on corporate responsibility and corporate accountability

Author: Moira Hutchinson

An Overview Paper Prepared for an NGO-Government Meeting, May 2001

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24 January 2001

Groups Urge Unocal's New CEO to Call for End to Human Rights and Environmental Abuses in Burma

Author: Earth Day Network

Earth Day Network, Sierra Club and Amnesty International Hold Unocal Accountable for Yadana Natural Gas Pipeline Project

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13 December 2000

San Francisco Board of Supervisors Votes Unanimously to Divest from Burma-Related Stock

Author: Free Burma Coalition

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1 December 2000

Global union campaign targets foreign investments in Burma

Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

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19 November 2000

Penalizing Burma: A Boston Globe Editorial

Author: Boston Globe

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18 November 2000

Burma dismisses ILO sanctions

Author: BBC World Service

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18 November 2000

ILO urges sanctions on Burmese junta

Author: Peter Capella, Guardian [UK]

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17 November 2000

L.A. City Council Votes Unanimously to Sell Burma-Related Stock

Author: Free Burma Coalition

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