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In October 2017, rights groups called on AeroVironment, BAE Systems, Bell Helicopter, and Lockheed Martin to withdraw their participation from the Bahrain International Defence Exhibition and Conference (BIDEC). Military equipment sold to Bahrain at...
Organisers of world's largest arms fair in London accused of failing to stop promotion of equipment 'used in torture' (UK)
Author: Cahal Milmo, Independent (UK)
The organisers of one of the world’s largest arms fairs in London were...accused of failing to crack down on the sale of equipment that could could be used in torture after two exhibitors were found to be illegally marketing shackles and electric stun...
Author: Ben Farmer, The Telegraph (UK)
The proposed deal with the Gulf monarchy rocked by protests in 2011 is thought to be worth more than £1 billion and is part of a concerted effort by Gulf countries to strengthen military ties with Britain... Bahrain’s government faced condemnation and...
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[PDF] Calling for Corporate Accountability: A Guide to the 2011 OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
Author: OECD Watch
[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Glencore, POSCO, Shell, Statkraft and Ratiopharm to respond to certain allegations in the guide. Responses provided.] The guide is intended to help you understand how the dispute resolution mechanism...
- Related stories: OECD Watch issues "Calling for Corporate Accountability: A Guide to the 2011 OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises".
- Related in-depth areas: “Calling for Corporate Accountability: A Guide to the 2011 OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises”
- Related companies: Accor Afrimex Airbus Arcelor Mittal BAE Systems BP Cargill Cermaq Continental AG EADS (European Aeronautic Defence and Space) Ecom Agroindustrial Glencore ICT Cotton Intex Resources Louis Dreyfus Nidera Oryx Natural Resources Otto Stadtlander Posco Ratiopharm (part of Teva Pharmaceutical) Rolls-Royce plc Shell Statkraft Vedanta Resources
Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Welcome to our fourth PMSC Bulletin. To assist those interested in private military & security companies (PMSCs) and their impacts on human rights, we publish this bulletin semi-annually to highlight key developments reported by NGOs, governments,...
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- Related companies: Academi (formerly Blackwater) Aegis Defence Services (part of Aegis Group) Amazon.com BAE Systems Blue Mountain CACI DynCorp Engility (formerly part of L-3 Communications) G4S General Dynamics ISS Lockheed Martin Nestlé Saracen Intl. Securitas AB Group Sterling Corporate Services
Author: Jose Luis Gomez del Prado, for Global Research
The new security industry of private companies moves large quantities of weapons and military equipment. It provides services for military operations recruiting former militaries as civilians to carry out passive or defensive security. However, these...
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- Related in-depth areas: Latest Legal News Latest news on conflict & peace
- Related companies: BAE Systems Blackwater Boeing BP CACI Deutsche Bank DynCorp Goldman Sachs Jeppesen (part of Boeing) L-3 Communications L-3 Titan (part of L-3 Communications) Lockheed Martin Meteoric Tactical Solutions MPRI (part of L-3 Communications) Shell Triple Canopy Unity Resources Group Xe (formerly Blackwater)
Summary Note: Consultation with Business Stakeholders on the Implementation of the UN "Protect, Respect and Remedy" Framework
Author: Prepared for the mandate of UN Special Representative on business & human rights John Ruggie
Professor John Ruggie…held a consultation with business stakeholders in Paris on the implemention of the UN “Protect, Respect and Remedy” Framework…The purpose of the consultation was to provide an opportunity for…industry,…employer organizations,...
- Related in-depth areas: Summaries of John Ruggie consultations - Oct 2010 UN Secretary-General's Special Representative on business & human rights
- Related companies: ABB ABN Amro Ahold Delhaize Alcatel-Lucent (part of Nokia) Anglo American AngloGold Ashanti Arcelor Mittal BAE Systems Barclays BASF BG Group (part of Shell) BHP Billiton BNP Paribas BP Burson-Marsteller Cadbury (part of Mondelēz International) Capgemini Carrefour Casino Cerrejón Coal (joint venture Anglo American, BHP Billiton, Glencore) Chevron Coca-Cola Crédit Agricole Daimler Deutsche Post DHL (part of Deutsche Post) EADS (European Aeronautic Defence and Space) EDF EMC Eni Equinor (formerly Statoil) Esquel ExxonMobil France Telecom (now Orange) Gazprom GDF Suez (now Engie) General Electric Hitachi HP (Hewlett-Packard) ING Kraft Foods (now Kraft Heinz) L'Oreal La Caixa Lafarge (part of LafargeHolcim) LCF Rothschild Marks & Spencer Michelin Mitsubishi Group Mitsui Nippon Steel Nokia Orange Orano (formerly Areva) PricewaterhouseCoopers Procter & Gamble Rabobank Randstad Renault Rhodia Sakhalin Energy (joint venture Shell, Gazprom, Mitsui, & Mitsubishi) Shell Société Générale Sodexo Solvay Suez Symantec Telecom Italia Thales Total Toyota Unilever Veolia (formerly Vivendi Environnement) Walt Disney Xstrata (part of Glencore) Yahoo! (part of Verizon)
Author: Nils Rosemann, published by Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF)
This study aims to illustrate patterns of behavioural rules derived from corporate obligations, and to deduce from these a draft Code of Conduct (CoC) for Private Military and Security Companies (PMSCs). The purpose of a Code of Conduct for [PMSCs] is...
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Author: Amnesty International, Saferworld
EU non-governmental organisations are concerned at reports from credible sources that the Government of India may transfer military helicopters to the Government of Myanmar (Burma) as part of the two countries’ increasing military co-operation. EU and...
- Related in-depth areas: NGO Transport
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Author: Control Arms Coalition [Oxfam, Amnesty International, International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA)]
85 of the world’s top 100 arms companies in 2003 were headquartered in the industrialised world. This paper shows how many of them (including...Pratt and Whitney [part of United Technologies]...Mercedes-Benz [part of DaimlerChrysler] and...BAE Systems)...
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