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1 January 2014

Center for Intl. Environmental Law & Univ. Toronto launch guide to help NGOs file submissions in intl. investment arbitrations between govts. & firms to highlight human rights concerns

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1 January 2014

[PDF] Guide for Potential Amici in International Investment Arbitration

Author: International Human Rights Program, University of Toronto & Center for International Environmental Law

This guide is aimed at non-governmental organizations (NGOs) who are concerned that a dispute before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) may have an impact on human rights, labor rights, the environment or any other...

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4 March 2011

Amicus Brief Highlights the Environmental and Human Rights Impacts of Mining in $77 Million Investment Arbitration Case

Author: Center for International Environmental Law

Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL), on behalf of civil society organizations of the Mesa Nacional Frente a la Minería Metálica (Mesa), filed an amicus curiae brief in the Cayman LLC v. Republic of El Salvador case, currently being...

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4 March 2011
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Author: Centro para el Derecho Internacional Ambiental (CIEL)

[E]l Centro para el Derecho Internacional Ambiental (CIEL), en nombre de las organizaciones de la sociedad civil de la Mesa Nacional Frente a la Minería Metálica (Mesa), presentó un escrito de amicus curiae en el caso de Pacific Rim Cayman LLC [parte...

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4 March 2011

USA: NGO files amicus curiae brief with ICSID in $77 million investment arbitration case - highlights environmental and human rights impacts of mining

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22 December 2008

Canadian Company Threatens El Salvador with Free Trade Lawsuit Over Mining Project

Author: Cyril Mychalejko, UpsideDownWorld

A Canadian mining company intends to sue El Salvador's government for several hundred million dollars if it is not granted permission to open a widely unpopular gold and silver mine that scientists warn would have devastating effects on local water...

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