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10 May 2017

Bangladesh: Phulbari protesters give ultimatum to meet 6-point demands

Author: Bipul Sarker Sunny, Tribune [Bangladesh]

Leaders of the National Committee to Protect Oil, Gas, Mineral Resources, Power and Ports have demanded immediate implementation of their six-point demands regarding the clash between police and people who protested the proposed Phulbari open pit coal...

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23 February 2016

Amnesty Intl. report says UK's OECD National Contact Point is failing to hold companies to account over human rights abuses

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21 December 2015

Protesters fight coal mining project in Bangladesh

Author: Dave Carr, Socialist Party

For the last nine years the Committee to Protect Oil, Gas and Natural Resources in Bangladesh has organised protests in central London outside the AGM of coal mining conglomerate Global Coal Management Resources (GCM)...Socialist Party members joined...

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20 October 2015

New report on corporate abuse overseas by UK companies illustrates accountability gap

CORE’s new report, The Bottom Line: UK Corporate Abuse Overseas brings together ten recent case studies of serious abuses allegedly linked to UK corporations’ international operations.  The report contains comments by the companies concerned.

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29 September 2015

UK Report Urges GCM Resources to Respect Human Rights Standards in Bangladesh

Author: Cultural Survival

The UK government has published a statement in September highlighting continued opposition and turmoil in Bangladesh over British company GCM Resources’ plans to build a massive open pit coal mine in Phulbari, located in the north west of Bangladesh.....

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9 September 2015

Statement by GCM Resources

Author: GCM Resources

GCM Resources plc ("GCM" or the "Company"), a London based resource exploration and development company, is pleased to announce the UK National Contact Point to the OECD ("NCP") has today published a Follow-up Statement (the "Report") which completes...

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29 August 2015

Homage paid to Brave Protesters in Phulbari

Author: Raaj Manik, Phulbari Solidarity Group

...Phulbari Day...is...the day to commemorate mass protests that prevented a UK-based mining company, Global Coal Management PLC, from building a large-scale open-pit coal mine in Phulbari in north-west Bangladesh. Nine years ago, on 26th August in...

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2 February 2015
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Author: Luis Vittor, ALAI (Perú)

“Los pueblos indígenas y el tratado sobre empresas transnacionales y derechos humanos” – 2 de febrero de 2015...

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13 June 2013

UK government accepts complaint over GCM Resources’ Bangladesh coal mine

Author: Miriam Ross, World Development Movement

British company GCM Resources was dealt a serious blow today as the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) agreed to consider complaints regarding severe human rights violations associated with the company’s planned coal mine in...

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22 March 2013

[PDF] Update on the role of OECD National Contact Points with regard to the extractive sectors

Author: Institute for Human Rights and Business & UK Govt. Dept. of Business, Innovation & Skills

A report on the second meeting of stakeholders, since the establishment of the updated OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (the Guidelines) in 2011. The participants [brought together by the Institute for Human Rights and Business and the UK...

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