Principes volontaires sur la sécurité et les droits de l'homme

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4 June 2004
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Auteur: Novartis Foundation for Sustainable Development

[refers to Novartis, Shell, BP, Anglo American, HP]

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13 May 2004
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Auteur: Paul Tarr, New York-based lawyer and public affairs consultant, in Ethical Corporation

To date, major brands including Unocal, ChevronTexaco, Union Carbide [part of Dow Chemical], ExxonMobil, Gap, Coca-Cola, [Fresh Del Monte Produce], Citigroup, Ford and Nike have been sued under the ATCA for complicity in human rights violations.....

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12 May 2004
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12 May 2004
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12 May 2004
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12 May 2004
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Auteur: European Coalition on Oil in Sudan

The upstream oil business in Sudan, having stirred much animosity by being at the centre of warfare and gross human rights violations for many years, will have to thoroughly rethink the way it operates...Oil companies have a chance to play a positive...

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12 May 2004
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Auteur: European Coalition on Oil in Sudan

To keep these principles practical and concise, they focus on those issues that we believe are the most crucial to the positive role that business can play in post-peace Sudan: human rights, peace and security, non-discrimination and accountability.

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3 May 2004
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Auteur: Sir Geoffrey Chandler, founder-chair, Amnesty International UK Business Group 1991-2001, former director of Shell International, in European Network for Indigenous Australian Rights

Mandatory reporting of a company’s impacts on the environment and the community is an essential starting point for any regulatory framework...A group of seven major companies (ABB, Barclays, Body Shop International, MTV Networks Europe, National Grid...

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1 May 2004
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Auteur: Intl. Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA)

This Status Report has been prepared by the Social Responsibility Working Group (SRWG) and provides a baseline of where IPIECA [Intl. Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association] members stand on human rights. It also highlights some of...

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20 April 2004
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Auteur: Amnesty International

Occidental Petroleum, Ecopetrol and Repsol-YPF, which own and manage Arauca's Caño Limón oil field, have reportedly provided funding for the XVIII Brigade through the Cravo Norte Association's security agreements with the military...This support...

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