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Inclusive Development Intl. publishes "Safeguarding communities and the environment in Chinese investments" guide

Author: Inclusive Development International, Published on: 13 March 2017

"Safeguarding communities and the environment in Chinese investments: New resources from Inclusive Development International", Mar 2017

Inclusive Development International is pleased to announce the publication of a new set of action resources for advocates on Chinese outbound investment and infrastructure finance.  Safeguarding People and the Environment in Chinese Investments: A Guide for Community Advocates… is a practical guide to the policies, standards and guidelines that apply to Chinese outbound investment…

This guide explains the key actors involved in Chinese overseas investment and describes the environmental and social standards and guidelines that apply. The guide provides practical tips on how these standards can be used in advocacy with relevant Chinese actors and institutions. IDI hopes that this resource will assist community advocates to put these standards to the test and demand that the rights of people affected by Chinese investments are respected and protected.

The guide can be downloaded here. The policies, standards and guidelines covered in the guide are compiled on this page on IDI’s Following the Money to Justice website…

In addition to these resources, IDI has published six fact sheets on the key takeaways from our 2016 report Making Inroads: Chinese Infrastructure Investment in ASEAN and Beyond, which are now available in six languages: English, Khmer, Vietnamese, Thai, Burmese and Chinese. The full report and factsheets in six languages can be downloaded here

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