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9 December 2019
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Author: Caspar Dohmen, Süddeutsche Zeitung

Erstmals fordert eine Gruppe von Unternehmen aus Deutschland gemeinsam ein verbindliches Lieferkettengesetz, mit dem die Einhaltung von menschenrechtlichen und umweltbezogenen Sorgfaltspflichten bei Zulieferern gewährleistet werden soll. 42 Unternehmen...

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9 December 2019
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Author: Studiosus Reisen München GmbH

Nachhaltige Entwicklung wird es nicht zum Nulltarif geben. Viele Unternehmen können oder wollen sich zusätzliche Kosten aus Wettbewerbsgründen aber nicht leisten. Daher brauchen wir dringend gesetzlich geregelte Mindeststandards auf nationaler und...

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16 March 2016
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Author: Fairunterwegs, Nina Sahdeva

Die Lokalbevölkerung rund um Sri Lankas neue Tourismusresorts in Kalpitiya, Kuchaveli oder Passikudah ist nicht gegen Tourismus. Aber sie möchte auch an den Vorteilen dieser Entwicklungen teilhaben und nicht nur deren Nachteile erdulden. Die Studie ...

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Company response
2 July 2015

Studiosus: 2nd response regarding tourist resorts in Sri Lanka

Author: Studiosus

On 2 July 2015, Studiosus sent a follow-up response to the report "Dark Clouds Over the Sunshine Paradise" (its initial response is here). ...

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Company response
22 March 2015

Studiosus Response

Author: Studiosus

As a co-founder of the German roundtable on human rights in tourism (http://www.menschenrechte-im-tourismus.net/en/startseite.html) Studiosus is taking the results of the below mentioned report of the Society for Threatened Peoples very seriously and...

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Report
28 February 2015

Dark Clouds over the Sunshine Paradise : Tourism & human Rights in Sri Lanka

Author: Society for Threatened People

Research focuses on the three regions of Kuchchaveli, Passikudah and Kalpitiya. In all three regions the government’s minimal de- velopment standards have scarcely been observed. Environmental and social impact assessments take place only sporadical...

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21 January 2009

Company responses re Burma

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

On 11 Dec 2008 Burma Campaign UK added 30 companies to its "Dirty List" of firms allegedly supporting the military regime in Burma. The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies to respond. [companies added to the list: Asiana,...

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Company response
21 January 2009

Response by Studiosus: Burma Campaign UK adds 30 firms to "Dirty List", including Studiosus.

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Article
11 December 2008

Biggest Burma Dirty List Ever Published - 30 Companies Exposed

Author: Burma Campaign UK

30 new companies have been added to the “Dirty List”...by the Burma Campaign UK...The ‘Dirty List’ exposes companies that are directly or indirectly helping to finance Burma’s brutal military dictatorship. [companies added to the list: Asiana, China...

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11 December 2008

Burma Campaign UK adds 30 firms to 'Dirty List'

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