Guinée Equatoriale

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3 August 2006
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Auteur: Global Witness & Amnesty International USA

U.S. policy must begin holding [Equatorial Guinea's] repressive government accountable for wholesale misappropriation of its oil wealth and lack of respect for human rights... EG is...mired in allegations of serious mismanagement of its oil revenues....

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1 July 2006
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Auteur: Wayne Visser, Universities of Nottingham and London, UK, Malcolm McIntosh, Universities of Bath, UK, and Stellenbosch, South Africa, and Charlotte Middleton, National Business Initiative, South Africa, pub. Greenleaf Publishing

What makes corporate citizenship in Africa not only fascinating, but also of critical importance, is that the continent embodies many of the most vexing dilemmas that business faces in attempts to be responsible, ethical and sustainable. [refers to...

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24 May 2006
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Auteur: Bloomberg, in Gulf Times [Qatar]

ExxonMobil Corp, the world’s largest oil company, is instructing managers of its wells, platforms, refineries and pipelines to stand up to governments that abuse citizens in communities where the company operates. ExxonMobil is requiring expatriate...

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27 March 2006
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Auteur: Donna Bryson, Associated Press

...[Oil] and gas company executives grappled with [ethical questions] recently during a workshop in Equatorial Guinea... Oil seems to have enriched Equatorial Guinea's kleptocratic leaders alone, as citizens sank deeper into poverty, disease and...

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1 January 2006
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Auteur: Tobias Webb & Paul Hohnen, Ethical Corporation

Government policy, NGO engagement, innovation, transparency, and increased accountability will be the big themes for the coming year... [refers to Microsoft, Wal-Mart, Shell, Walt Disney, General Electric]

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1 January 2006
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Auteur: Corene Crossin, Jessie Banfield - International Alert

This background paper focuses on the linkages between project finance and conflict. Project finance is frequently used to fund investments in higher-risk developing countries – particularly for large infrastructure and natural resource extraction...

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9 December 2005

Présentation conjointe des Ong du Réseau-DESC à la consultation de l'ONU sur les droits de l’homme et l’industrie extractive - Nov 2005

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9 December 2005
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9 December 2005
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9 December 2005

[PDF] Présentation Conjointe D’Ong - Consultation sur les droits de l’homme et l’industrie extractive

Auteur: Réseau-DESC - Groupe de travail sur la Responsabilité des Corporations

Le Groupe de Travail du Réseau-DESC sur la Responsabilité des Corporations a réunit une série d’études de cas concernant les industries extractives, tels qu’une contribution au travail du représentant spécial. Les études de cas révèlent des patrons de...

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