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Bienvenido/a al Centro de Información.

Nuestra misión es trabajar con quienes -desde la sociedad civil, las empresas o los gobiernos- abordan las asimetrías de poder, buscan la remediación por abusos y aseguran la protección de las personas y del planeta.

Tanto las empresas como las comunidades afectadas nos dan las gracias por los recursos y el apoyo que les brindamos, respectivamente.

Ello es únicamente posible por tu apoyo. Por favor, haz tu donación ahora.

Muchas gracias,
Phil Bloomer, Director Ejecutivo

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1 April 2002
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Autor(a): Manana Kochladze, CEE Bankwatch Network - Energy Project

[section 1.5 entitled "Human Rights and Oil"; report refers to following companies in context of Georgia: Georgian International Oil Corp. (state-owned), Saknavtobi (state-owned, Georgia), Ramco Energy (UK), National Petroleum (Switzerland), Frontera...

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29 March 2002
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Autor(a): Jim Lobe, OneWorld US

Ecuador's police have detained 17 environmental activists who tried to block construction of a controversial oil pipeline through an ecologically unique Andean rainforest and plans to immediately deport the 14 foreigners in the group

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24 March 2002
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Autor(a): Jim Hopkins, USA Today

The Labor Department is intensifying efforts to stem an alarming rise in workplace deaths among Hispanics...At least 815 Hispanics died on the job in 2000, mostly in construction trades and often because of language gaps between supervisors and...

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20 March 2002
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Autor(a): Cesar Chelala [author of "Impact of the Environment on Children's Health", a publication of the Pan American Health Organization], in Japan Times

The very existence of the regime rests upon the exploitation of natural resources. The generals have allowed massive logging -- particularly of teak -- and the construction of gas pipelines and other development projects that have caused serious...

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14 March 2002
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Autor(a): Daniel Nelson, OneWorld UK

A range of environmental and rights groups have welcomed the decision by a major British construction firm Wednesday to withdraw from a controversial hydroelectric dam project on Turkey's Coruh river. Campaigners from Friends of the Earth and the...

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14 March 2002
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Autor(a): Saeed Shah, Independent [UK]

One of Britain's leading construction companies pulled out of the planned Yusufeli dam in Turkey yesterday after environmentalists said it would be the target for protests. The move by Amec avoids a big embarrassment for the [UK] Government, which has...

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13 March 2002
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Autor(a): Environment News Service

Ten anti-dam protestors were hospitalized on Tuesday after clashes with the police...The demonstrators are part of Brazil's Movement of Dam-Affected People (MAB) which is engaged in a national campaign of protests against Brazil's hydropower energy...

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11 March 2002
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Autor(a): International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Christine Nathan of the Indian IFBWW [Indian Federation of Building and Woodworkers] [refers to rights of women workers]

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7 March 2002
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Autor(a): Amanda Cooper, Reuters

India's highest court has found Booker Prize winner Arundhati Roy guilty of contempt of court over a campaign to halt the building of a controversial dam [on the Narmada River]...Critics say that the dam, India's biggest hydroelectric project, will...

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5 March 2002
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Autor(a): Agence France Presse

Environmental group Greenpeace Tuesday accused Japan of being a "partner in crime" in the destruction of ancient forests by importing illegally felled plywood.

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