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19 September 2019

UN Human Rights Office documents growing reprisals against civil society for cooperating with United Nations

Author: Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

"Human rights: Reported reprisals on the rise, says UN", 19 Sep 2019...

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1 September 2019

OPT: A Hundred NGOs call for the release of the UN database of businesses involved in settlements

Author: Al Haq

"More than 100 Organisations Call for the Release of the UN Database of Businesses Engaged in Activities with Israeli Settlements", 29th of August 2019...

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19 August 2019

Microsoft criticised for investing in Israeli facial recognition company allegedly conducting surveillance on Palestinians

Some civil society groups and privacy activists are criticising Microsoft's investment in AnyVision, an Israeli facial recognition company which is allegedly carrying out surveillance on Palestinians. In June 2019, Microsoft’s M12 venture capital arm...

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18 August 2019

Response from Microsoft

Author: M12, corporate venture arm of Microsoft

M12 is the corporate venture arm of Microsoft and was formerly known as Microsoft Ventures.AnyVision agreed to comply with Microsoft’s facial recognition principles as part of M12’s investment. Microsoft believes that technology companies need to...

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23 July 2019
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« Quand AXA finance des crimes de guerre », 8 juillet 2019...

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20 May 2019

Alstom did not respond

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20 May 2019

Caterpillar did not respond

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20 May 2019

Cemex did not respond

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20 May 2019

First International Bank of Israel did not respond

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20 May 2019

Hewlett Packard Responds to allegations on supplying products linked to war crimes

Author: Emmanuel Fyle, Global Corporate Media Relations of Hewlett Packard

“HPE is strongly committed to socially responsible business practices and has been throughout its history.  Our work in Israel is consistent with our values and standards.  It is not our policy to take sides in political disputes between countries or...

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