聯合國2016年亞洲論壇系列:來自亞洲的聲音

聯合國首屆工商業與人權亞洲區域論壇 將于2016年4月19-20日在卡塔爾多哈舉行。

本次論壇有助于探討區內政府和企業有關企業行爲對社會及環境等影響所需要采取的行動。爲促進論壇的討論,企業責任資源中心彙集了“來自亞洲的聲音”平台,讓區內不同利益相關者展示他們的看法。

本中心歡迎各界爲“來自亞洲的聲音”提交材料,請向我們的亞洲團隊聯系(聯系方式請參考左方)

 

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Perspectives from India

 

 

 Full interview series from India: 

 

Perspectives from China:

 Video from China Labor Watch

 

 

 

Blog: Brands’ Supply Chain Environmental Management Can Help Solve Conflicts with Local Communities

In order to prevent and solve conflicts between communities and factories, brands that source from factories with significant environmental impacts should take responsibility to actively and transparently manage the environmental impacts of their supply chains. 

Kate Logan, Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE), Beijing, China 

 

Perspectives from Kazakhstan:

The film “Karachaganak: Children in Exchange for Oil” describes the tragedy that took place the morning of November 28, 2014 in the Kazakhstani village of Berezovka, when dozens of children were poisoned during morning classes. The poisoning was caused by emissions from the Karachaganak Oil and Gas Condensate Field, which is exploited by Karachaganak Petroleum Operating, B.V. (KPO). For thirteen years, the residents of Berezovka have been demanding that the government of Kazakhstan and KPO relocate the village away from its dangerous proximity to the Karachaganak. In December 2015, the relocation of the residents began. However, the authorities and KPO refuse to compensate the children of Berezovka for the damage to their health.​

 

Poisoned children of Berezovka: Medical assistance is being provided to Dinara Irmikbayeva during seizure and loss of consciousness in school of Berezovka village, January 2015. Photo by Crude Accountability. 

 

Poisoned children of Berezovka: Albina Iskakova is having a seizure at district hospital of Aksay city, June 2015. Photo by Radio Azattyk

 

Pois​oned children of Berezovka:  Evacuation of Dinara Irmikbayeva by Karachaganak Petroleum Operating (KPO) ambulance, Berezovka village, January 2015. Photo by Crude Accountability

 

Perspectives from Myanmar: 

Karen Human Rights Group have also provided a 17 minute documentary on land confiscation in Myanmar.