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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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Las empresas y la Segunda Guerra Mundial

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Artículo
4 September 2005
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Autor(a): Chandran Nair, founder & CEO of Global Institute for Tomorrow (a pan-Asian non-profitmaking think-tank), in Financial Times

Policed by strong civil societies at home, western businesses are beginning to exercise values of good corporate citizenship in the very countries where they intended to take advantage of cheap labour, large domestic markets, special incentives and...

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29 June 2005
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Autor(a): [column] David Nicklaus, in St. Louis Post-Dispatch

[scroll down to 'A column by David Nicklaus in the "St. Louis Post-Dispatch"'] Can money managers in Springfield, Ill., help bring down a genocidal regime in Khartoum, Sudan? The Illinois Legislature clearly thinks they can, and so does Gov. Rod...

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Artículo
5 May 2005
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Autor(a): Chosun Daily [So. Korea]

Tokyo will tell Seoul by August whether it will repatriate the remains of Koreans conscripted or hired by Japanese companies during World War II once an official investigation into forced labor is complete, Japan's Asahi Shimbun daily reported Thursday.

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Artículo
3 May 2005
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Autor(a): AFX

A Swiss court has rejected a lawsuit against IBM which claimed the US technology giant helped the Nazis exterminate millions of people during the Second World War, the plaintiffs' lawyer said Tuesday. The Geneva court ruled that the case was subject to...

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Artículo
14 April 2005
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Autor(a): swissinfo

The heirs of two Holocaust victims have been awarded SFr26.45 million ($21.9 million) in a case brought against an unnamed Swiss bank. It is the largest single payout to date to come from a $1.25 billion settlement reached in 1998 between Holocaust...

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Artículo
4 April 2005
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Autor(a): Anita Ramasastry, associate professor of law & director of the Shidler Center for Law, Commerce, & Technology at the University of Washington School of Law

Riggs Bank and its principal owners agreed to pay $8 million to a foundation established for victims of the former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet. In exchange, a Spanish court agreed to dismiss criminal charges against bank officials...Both the...

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Artículo
24 March 2005
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Autor(a): William Baue, SocialFunds.com

...a shareowner resolution filed by Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) and the Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) members [asks] Caterpillar to report on whether bulldozer sales to IDF [Israel Defense Forces] comply with its Code of...

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Artículo
1 March 2005
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Autor(a): Christine Kearney, Reuters

Attorneys representing major US chemical companies defended them against charges Monday that the companies committed war crimes by supplying the military with Agent Orange during the Vietnam War...If the lawsuit were successful, billions of dollars...

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15 December 2004
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Autor(a): Jim Lobe, Inter Press Service

Lawsuits based on a 200-year-old US law appear to have persuaded oil company Unocal to compensate alleged victims of human-rights abuses committed by Myanmar soldiers during the building of an oil pipeline. [also refers to Total, Myanmar state oil...

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Historia
13 December 2004
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