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Prevención y resolución de conflictos

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27 October 2003
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27 October 2003
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Author: Christian Aid, Fatal Transactions, Friends of the Earth, Global Witness, Human Rights Watch, Intl. Human Rights Law Group, Intl. Peace Information Service, Intl. Rescue Committee, OECD Watch, Oxfam, Pax Christi, Save the Children, 11.11.11, CENADEP plate-forme des organisations congolaises, Reseau des associations de droits de l'homme du Sud Kivu' (RADHOSKI)

Le Conseil de Sécurité des Nations Unies devrait insister pour que les états membres lancent immédiatement des investigations sur l’implication des entreprises multinationales accusées de profiter de la guerre en République Démocratique du Congo, a...

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27 October 2003

UN Cuts Details of Western Profiteers from Congo Report

Author: Declan Walsh, Independent [UK]

A controversial section has been omitted from a UN report on the plunder of wealth in the Democratic Republic of Congo due out this week. Senior UN officials objected to part of the report by a UN panel investigating the illegal exploitation of Congo...

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27 October 2003

UN Must Address Corporate Involvement in Congo Conflict

Author: Christian Aid, Fatal Transactions, Friends of the Earth, Global Witness, Human Rights Watch, Intl. Human Rights Law Group, Intl. Peace Information Service, Intl. Rescue Committee, OECD Watch, Oxfam, Pax Christi, Save the Children, 11.11.11, CENADEP platform of Congolese organizations, Network of Human Rights Associations from South Kivu (RADHOSKI)

The United Nations Security Council should insist that member states launch immediate investigations into the involvement of multinational corporations accused of profiteering from the war in the Democratic Republic of Congo, said a leading group of...

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20 October 2003

Business Council for Peace

"We help women in regions of conflict and post-conflict build businesses to sustain their families and strengthen their abilities to foster peace"

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16 October 2003

Give Peace a Chance: Support Women in Business

Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

The Business Council for Peace helps women create sustainable businesses by providing the technology for them to train in computer and entrepreneurial skills...[in Afghanistan] BCP partnered with...UNDP and...UNIFEM. [refers to Microsoft, Maloney...

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9 October 2003

Full report: "A conflict of interests: The uncertain future of Burma’s forests"

Author: Global Witness

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7 October 2003

Global Witness Report Launch: ‘A Conflict of Interests: The uncertain future of Burma’s forests.’

Author: Global Witness

‘A Conflict of Interests: The uncertain future of Burma’s forests’, the result of extensive research and fieldwork within Burma, Thailand and China, examines the roots of the civil war and the links between conflict and the control of natural...

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7 October 2003

Global Witness report on logging & conflict in Burma

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15 September 2003

Doing the Rights Thing? The World Bank and the human rights of people living in poverty

Author: World Vision International

This briefing argues that by working in partnership with governments on national human rights objectives, the World Bank can greatly help countries to move towards the realisation of their international treaty commitments

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