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9 March 2006

Yale dumping oil investments linked to Sudan

Author: Diverse: Issues in Higher Education [USA]

Yale University is selling off its oil stocks linked to the African nation of Sudan because the country has been accused of genocide...Yale President Richard Levin...said the university had stock in one of seven oil companies that it determined were...

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16 March 2006

UC Regents vote to divest from companies with business ties to Sudan Government and acts of genocide

Author: University of California Board of Regents

The University of California Board of Regents voted today (Mar. 16) to divest from several companies involved in significant business activities that provide revenue to the Sudanese government to continue acts of genocide in Darfur, marking the first...

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16 March 2006

University of California votes to divest from 9 companies doing business in Sudan: PetroChina, Sinopec, Bharat Heavy Electricals, Nam Fatt, ONGC, PECD, Sudan Telecom, Tatneft, Videocon

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17 March 2006

UC [University of California] regents vote to divest from companies doing business in Sudan

Author: Michelle Locke, Associated Press

University of California regents voted Thursday to divest from several companies doing business with Sudan in protest of the humanitarian crisis in the country's Darfur region...Specifically, UC is divesting from Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd., China...

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7 April 2006

CalSTRS to Divest Sudan-Linked Holdings

Author: Mark Lifsher, Los Angeles Times

The California State Teachers' Retirement System will sell its holdings in five foreign energy companies that do business in Sudan to protest human rights abuses in the African nation's Darfur region... The companies — China Petroleum & Chemical...

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25 April 2006

Divest Sudan Blood Stocks? - Mission Statement

Author: Divest Sudan coalition

In the face of depraved international indifference to this situation, DivestSudan.org has launched a divestment campaign that targets the European and Asian multinational corporations that provide critical economic, commercial, and financial support...

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26 April 2006

Student-Driven Sudan Divestment Campaign Grows [USA]

Author: Philip Rucker, New York Times

Universities across the country have divested themselves of endowment assets in companies doing business in Sudan, reacting to pressure from students to take a financial stand against the violence in the Darfur region... The Sudan campaign also aims...

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1 June 2006

[PDF] Involvement of UBS in the global mining and oil & gas sectors

Author: Jan Willem van Gelder, Profundo (Research paper prepared for Berne Declaration & Greenpeace Switzerland)

This report aims to identify and describe the financing activities undertaken UBS Group in the global mining and oil & gas sectors. Most emphasis is given to the involvement of UBS in financing mining and oil & gas projects and companies which...

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2 June 2006

Divestment Campaigns: Can investor activism have any effect on Sudan?

Author: Ethical Corporation

Public and private pension funds are increasingly pulling their investments out of Sudan. But can another divestment movement influence Khartoum and turn the tide in Darfur?... The central purpose of divestment campaigns must be to force complicit...

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1 July 2006

Human rights groups call on Daewoo Intl. consortium to withdraw from Burma - Daewoo says still at exploration stage, too early to discuss human rights concerns

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