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La Coalition Mondiale des Entreprises contre le VIH/SIDA

"alliance de 180 entreprises multinationales destinée à soutenir leur engagement contre l'épidémie du SIDA"

Part of the following stories

Global Business Council on HIV/AIDS

India: Bhopal survivors protest government request to reduce charges against ex-Union Carbide boss from culpable homicide to negligence

Indian government goes soft on Bhopal crimes - Indians protest reduced charges for Union Carbide CEO

Update on human rights lawsuits against companies under US Alien Tort Claims Act, including ChevronTexaco, Coca-Cola, ExxonMobil, Shell, Unocal

Amnesty Intl. seeks investigation by US securities regulators of Dow attempts to seek indemnity in India for Bhopal liabilities

India: Will govt. follow through on requiring Dow to take responsibility for Bhopal clean-up? (Business Standard)

India: Court re-issues arrest warrant for former Union Carbide CEO, over Bhopal disaster

18 members of U.S. Congress call on Dow Chemical to compensate Bhopal victims

US court says Bhopal water pollution claims against Union Carbide can proceed

Bhopal gas victims, govt call truce [India]

Report by Intl. Network for Economic, Social & Cultural Rights to UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on human rights responsibilities of business

Speech of Rachna Dhingra, International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal, India at the Public Eye on Davos 2005

UK: Yes Men ask Dow executives to drink contaminated water - highlighting after-effects of Bhopal gas disaster

Indra Sinha: Bhopal disaster victims' suffering "emblematic of the struggle faced by huge numbers of Indians"

Dow Chemical Shareholders' Message to Management: Address Specific Health, Environmental and Social Concerns of Bhopal, India survivors

Water, soil still a killer at Bhopal’s ground zero [India]

full report: "In Our Court: ATCA, Sosa and the Triumph of Human Rights"

India: 25 years after Bhopal gas disaster, health and environmental impact still contested

Dow Chemical Investors Message to Management: PR Campaign Cannot Gloss Over Suffering of 100,000 People in Bhopal with No Acknowledgment of Corporate Responsibility

Indian court finds Union Carbide India and seven top executives guilty for their role in 1984 Bhopal disaster that left thousands dead

FIDH launches guide for victims & NGOs on recourse mechanisms in cases of corporate-related human rights violations

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre launches first regional briefing – business & human rights in South Asia

Report commissioned by US Chamber of Commerce on lawsuits against US firms for alleged abuses overseas - accuses lawyers, plaintiffs, advocates of unethical tactics

India: Supreme Court rejects petition to re-open 1984 Bhopal gas disaster case seeking harsher sentences for former Union Carbide managers

India: Campaigners criticise Olympic authorities in London for accepting Dow Chemical's sponsorship citing links to Bhopal disaster

New book "Regulating Corporate Human Rights Violations - Humanizing Business", by Surya Deva (flyer provides 20 percent discount)

Updated version of guidebook on "Corporate Accountability for Human Rights Abuses", includes chapter on mediation following revision of OECD guidelines

India: US court rejects case against Union Carbide - petition was over pollution of soil and groundwater from Bhopal gas tragedy

India: Court order for Dow to appear, proposed cleanup plan are “ray of hope” for survivors of Bhopal gas disaster that killed over 22,000, says Amnesty

Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Bulletin – Issue 10, Sep 2013

Strategic lawsuits against public participation increasingly used by companies to silence human rights defenders, says journalist

Plaintiffs in US lawsuit against Union Carbide argue new evidence proves company's direct role in gas disaster in Bhopal, India