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ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation)

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in India

ONGC website

Former UN Global Compact participant.  De-listed for not communicating on progress

 

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27 May 2008

[PDF] Sudan Peer Performance Analysis

Author: Genocide Intervention Network

The Peer Performance Analysis examines the historical performance of companies identified by SDTF as “Highest Offenders” in Sudan, as compared to the historical and forecasted performance of each company’s peer group. [companies examined: Petrochina,...

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23 May 2008

Study finds companies targeted for divestment from Sudan underperformed their competitors

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23 May 2008

Sudan divestment campaigns gain momentum

Author: Holly Hubbard Preston, International Herald Tribune

A study [conducted with Bloomberg by the Genocide Intervention Network and its Sudan Divestment Task Force project] provides statistical evidence of what many advocates of socially responsible investing have long asserted: Companies with links to...

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16 April 2008

[PDF] Sudan's Oil Industry - Facts and Analysis

Author: Fatal Transactions and European Coalition on Oil in Sudan

The purpose of this dossier is to provide an overview of Sudan’s oil industry and serve as a background document to all those wishing to learn more about the country’s contentious oil issues. The many tables with data in the first two chapters help...

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8 April 2008

Human Rights and Investor Coalition Pushes Action on Darfur Atrocities by Stockholders of Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, Wells Fargo and JP Morgan Chase

Author: Amnesty International USA

Beginning today and continuing through May 20th, shareholders of four major financial firms -- Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo -- are being asked to vote on proposals that will push the firms to use their investment...

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11 March 2008

Fund Shareholders to Hold Sudan Vote

Author: Jennifer Levitz, Wall Street Journal

...[M]any fund shareholders this proxy season will have a chance to weigh in on...whether to push funds to bar investment in companies doing business in Sudan, whose government is widely accused of abetting genocide. Pension funds, religious groups,...

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20 December 2007

Human Rights Groups and Investors Push Wall Street to Use Influence in Sudan to End War Against Civilians in Darfur

Author: Amnesty International USA

A coalition of leading human rights organizations and socially responsible investment companies have jointly announced the filing of shareholder resolutions with six major banks and financial firms [Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, T. Rowe...

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18 December 2007

US Congress passes Sudan divestment bill

Author: Susan Cornwell, Reuters

The U.S. Congress pressed for an end to the violence in the Darfur region by passing legislation on Tuesday to help investors who want to shed their holdings in companies doing business in Sudan. The House of Representatives voted 411-0 to back the...

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28 November 2007

Progress Report [responses & link to list of firms that have not responded]

Author: Amnesty International USA

Scroll down to find out how particular investment firms are responding to our request that they use their influence to support human rights in Sudan....

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28 November 2007

Socially responsible shareholders file resolutions with 6 US finance firms invested in companies linked to Sudan over Darfur

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