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Article
22 April 2013

Human rights concerns over Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix, April 2013

Author: compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

In April 2013 human rights groups and politicians raised concerns about the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix....NGOs including FIDH and Human Rights First, wrote to Formula One drivers concerning the detention of prisoners of conscience and UK Members...

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Article
12 April 2013

Motor racing-F1 sponsors show limited appetite for Bahrain GP

Author: Keith Weir, Reuters

Companies who help to bankroll Formula One motor racing are limiting their involvement in the Bahrain Grand Prix this month, saving some of their marketing dollars for less politically sensitive races. The grand prix was cancelled in 2011 following a...

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Company non-response
26 April 2012

Kingfisher Airlines (part of UB Group) did not respond to: Concerns raised by NGOs about Formula One and its teams going ahead with the Bahrain Grand Prix, given the human rights situation in the country.

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Article
25 April 2012

Protests over the Bahrain Grand Prix 2012

Author: compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the following companies, teams and organizations to respond to…[human rights] concerns about the race. Below are the responses we have received, and an indication of which companies and organizations...

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Article
23 April 2012

Bahrain race shows flip side of sponsorship

Author: Keith Weir, Reuters

Sponsors ploughing money into Formula One have been left squirming after the motor sport's rulers ignored human rights concerns and staged a race in Bahrain watched by hundreds of millions around the globe…"Based on what we have seen in the past, it...

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Story
19 April 2012

Concerns raised by NGOs about Formula One and its teams going ahead with the Bahrain Grand Prix, given the human rights situation in the country.

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Company non-response
18 April 2012

UB Group did not respond to: Concerns raised by NGOs about Formula One and its teams going ahead with the Bahrain Grand Prix, given the human rights situation in the country.

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Company non-response
18 April 2012

Virgin Group did not respond to: Concerns raised by NGOs about Formula One and its teams going ahead with the Bahrain Grand Prix, given the human rights situation in the country.

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Company non-response
18 April 2012

Formula One Group did not respond to: Concerns raised by NGOs about Formula One and its teams going ahead with the Bahrain Grand Prix, given the human rights situation in the country.

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Company non-response
18 April 2012

Mitsubishi Electric (part of Mitsubishi Group) did not respond to: Concerns raised by NGOs about Formula One and its teams ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix, given the human rights situation in the country. Click here

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