hide message

Hello! Welcome to the Resource Centre.

We hope you find our free tools and resources useful. Did you know we also work directly with community advocates, providing them with the skills and resources to document corporate human rights abuses and effectively communicate with business?

This is only possible through generous donations from people like you.

Please consider supporting our work.

Thank you,
Phil Bloomer, Executive Director

Donate now hide message

View survey response

Morocco / Western Sahara

Get RSS feed of these results

Related stories and components

Article
7 December 2018

Intl. Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) opinion poll reveals job insecurity & low wages

Author: International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)

"Global Poll: Governments’ failure to address low wages and insecure jobs threatens trust in politics and democracy", 2 December 2018...

Read more

Report
26 November 2018
+ Français - Hide

Author: Algérie Press Service

« Eucoco 2018 : le pillage des ressources sahraouies dénoncé », 17 novembre 2018...

Read more

Story
13 November 2018

Complaint filed against Irish oil co over alleged failure to ensure it had consent of Western Saharan people; incl. co non-response

On 24 October 2018, the Global Legal Action Network submitted a formal complaint with the Irish National Contact Point against Irish oil company San Leon Energy. The complaint alleges the company failed to ensure it had the consent of the Western...

See full story

Company non-response
13 November 2018

San Leon Energy did not respond

Read more

  • This is a non response from the following companies: San Leon
Article
27 August 2018

Global Network Initiative report details human rights impacts of internet shutdowns & recommends involving businesses in advocacy against disruptions

Author: Jan Rydzak, Global Network Initiative

Since 2011, network disruptions and large-scale network shutdowns have become a widespread tool of information control. Governments in at least four continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America) have shut down connectivity or social media... ...

Read more

Story
19 June 2018

Western Sahara: NGO raises human rights concerns regarding Nutrien's phosphate supply chain, Nutrien responds by confirming its plans to reduce imports from the region

In May 2018, Western Sahara Resource Watch (WSRW) raised human rights concerns against Nutrien, which has been exploiting the occupied Western Sahara's phosphate resources. Nutrien, which is a merger of two major Canadian companies Agrium and...

See full story

Company response
15 June 2018

Nutrien responds to human rights concerns relating to its phosphate imports from Western Sahara

Author: Richard D. Downey, Nutrien

Nutrien is a new company as of January this year and the recent merger has created opportunities, particularly for the phosphate business.  One of these opportunities is, we will see a significant reduction in our need for offshore imports of phosphate...

Read full response

Article
5 June 2018

FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board releases update on advice to FIFA on the World Cup 2018 and 2026 Bid Evaluation

Author: FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board

"Update Statement from the FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board, May 2018"...

Read more

Article
27 April 2018

Ukraine: 16 seafarers repatriated after three-months abandonment in Port of Casablanca by shipping co.

Author: Safety4sea

"16 Ukrainian seafarers repatriated after three-month abandonment", 19 Apr 2018...

Read more

Company non-response
16 April 2018

HeidelbergCement did not respond

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited HeidelbergCement to respond to concerns about its operations in Western Sahara, it did not respond.

Read more