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8 April 2014

Global Policy Forum report on UN use of private military & security companies allegedly involved in human rights abuses

Global Policy Forum reports on UN use of private military & security companies allegedly involved in human rights abuses; responses by Askar Security, Delta Protection & G4S.

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8 August 2013

Towards balancing gender - Women’s participation in Uganda’s oil Sector

Author: Global Rights Alert (Uganda)

Global Rights Alert commissioned a survey to assess the current participation of grass root women in Uganda’s oil and gas sub sector. The study...aimed at assessing the forms of participation of the rural women with regard to how they are engaged,...

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8 September 2012

Secret oil deals: New rules to force CNOOC, Total, Tullow to reveal money paid [Uganda]

Author: Haggai Matsiko, Independent [Uganda]

The U.S’s Securities and Exchange Commission has finally issued...new rules that outline how oil, gas and mining companies must comply with Section 1504 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act...The new rules require all...

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1 August 2012

Saracen Uganda did not respond to: New on our Business, Conflict & Peace Portal: Report criticises UN's growing use of private security companies known for their violence.

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11 July 2012

UN criticized for growing use of private security firms

Author: Associated Press

[The Global Policy Forum] [a] non-profit organization that monitors the United Nations published a report...criticizing the UN's growing use of private military and security companies...The Global Policy Forum said the UN's increasing use of these...

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1 June 2012

Report criticises UN's "dangerous" growing use of private security firms, calls system "unaccountable" - UN says use of contractors appropriate if "due diligence" ensured

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1 June 2012

[PDF] Dangerous Partnership, Private Military & Security Companies and the UN

Author: Lou Pingeot, Global Policy Forum

The United Nations is increasingly hiring Private Military and Security Companies (PMSCs) for a wide array of security services. The UN’s leadership says these services are needed to protect the organization’s staff and worldwide operations from...

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27 September 2011

[PDF] Press Release: CSCO response to the statements made by the Minister of Energy Hon. Irene Muloni and the Attorney General Hon. Peter Nyombi concerning Uganda’s Production Sharing Agreements and the related legal proceedings [Uganda]

Author: Civil Society Coalition for Oil and Gas in Uganda

At a press conference that was convened last Thursday, September 22, Hon. Muloni stated that there was no need to unveil the Production Sharing Agreements (PSAs) to MPs and added that there was no need to have these agreements discussed within the...

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