Systra (part of SNCF and RATP)
Headquarters in France
Today, on 26 November 2019, at the UN Forum on Business and Human Rights in Geneva, Al-Haq is being named the 2019 recipient of the 2019 Human Rights and Business Award for its ground-breaking work drawing attention to how certain companies operating...
NGOs hail the withdrawal of Alstom from Light Rail Project connecting Jerusalem with Israeli Settlements
"Alstom’s Withdrawal from Jerusalem Light Rail Project: A Victory for Law and Mobilisation of Civil Society", 17th of May 2019...
In June 2018, a group of international, Palestinian, and French NGOs published a report accusing Alstom, Egis Group, and Systra of violating international law due to their involvement in expanding the Jerusalem light rail system. According to the...
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Systra to respond to allegations concerning violations of international law, due to its involvement in expanding the Jerusalem light rail system. Systra did not respond.
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- This is a non response from the following companies: Systra (part of SNCF and RATP)