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24 October 2016

Human Rights Defenders act as a form of unpaid due dilligence for companies, so it makes sense to defend them, says Duncan Green

Author: Duncan Green, strategic adviser for Oxfam GB and author of ‘From Poverty to Power’

"Why/how should corporates defend civil society space? Good new paper + case studies", 19 Oct 2016...

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11 October 2016

Fossil fuel firms respond to petition before Philippines Human Rights Commission on human rights & climate impacts

Greenpeace, disaster survivors, and community organisations from the Philippines submitted a complaint to the Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines (CHR) against 47 large fossil fuel and cement companies over their role in "human-induced...

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10 October 2016

Response by Anglo American

Author: Anglo American

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23 September 2016

So. Africa: Mining companies granted leave to appeal silicosis class action decision

Author: Pete Lewis, GroundUp (South Africa)

"Setback for gold miners’ silicosis claims", 22 Sep 2016...

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13 September 2016
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13 September 2016
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13 September 2016

Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Bulletin: Holding companies accountable for modern slavery

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29 August 2016

So. Africa: Mining companies oppose govt. proposed community revenue share; NGOs say proposal fair for communities

Author: Paul Vecchiatto, Bloomberg (USA)

"S. Africa, Mines Fight Over Proposed Community Revenue Share", 29 Aug 2016...

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11 August 2016
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Author: eleconomistaamerica.cl

“Solicitan investigación por derrame de relave minero de Collahuasi”...

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29 July 2016

Philippines: World’s largest carbon producers ordered to respond to complaint alleging human rights abuses from climate change

In September 2015, civil society groups and typhoon survivors brought a complaint before the Commission of Human Rights of the Philippines calling for an investigation into the responsibility of big fossil fuel companies for fuelling climate change...

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