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9 August 2017

Commentary: Challenges to hold corporations accountable for human rights abuses abroad

Author: Erika Schneidereit, Univ. of Ottawa, on National Magazine (Canada)

“The challenges of preventing corporate human right abuses abroad”, 25 Jul 2017...

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4 August 2017

Bear Creek Mining Corp.'s response

Thank you for your email and your invitation to respond to the article “Harsh sentencing of Aymara leader reveals the politics of criminalization in Peru: Aymara leader sentenced to 7 years for protesting against a Canadian mining project”, Sian...

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28 July 2017

Canada: Supreme Court rules National Energy Board failed to properly consult with Inuit on seismic testing, but gives green light to Enbridge pipeline

In a pair of unanimous decisions, the Canadian Supreme Court ruled that the National Energy Board has the authority to conduct consultations on the government's behalf, and that it did so adequately in one case and insufficiently in another. The Clyde...

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20 July 2017

The rise of supply chain transparency legislation: What is at stake for Canadian investors?

Author: Shareholder Association for Research & Education (SHARE)

Canadian investors could benefit from the adoption of a supply chain due diligence reporting legislation at home and should take the lead in pushing for the eradication of forced labour......

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13 July 2017

"Defenders of the Earth: Global killings of land and environmental defenders in 2016"

Author: Global Witness (United Kingdom)

In 2016, at least 200 land and environmental  defenders were murdered – the deadliest year on record. Not only is this trend growing, it’s spreading – killings were dispersed across 24 countries, compared  to 16 in 2015. With many killings unreported,...

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13 July 2017
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Author: Coralie Schaub, Libération (France)

Les meurtres de personnes défendant la nature face aux intérêts industriels, notamment miniers ou pétroliers, ont encore augmenté en 2016......

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12 July 2017

G20 Leaders' Declaration reaffirms commitment to Paris Agreement despite US withdrawal; action must follow to increase energy access

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11 July 2017

Honduras: Report on environmental & social issues related to Canadian mining firms - by Canada's Extractive Sector CSR Counsellor

Author: Office of the Extractive Sector Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Counsellor (Canada)

“Honduras Country Trip Overview”, Jul 17...

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11 July 2017
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Author: Oficina del Consejero de Responsabilidad Social Empresarial para el Sector Extractivo (Canadá)

“La visita al país de Honduras”, Julio 2017...

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5 July 2017

G20 Summit 2017: Leaders' Declaration commits to action against child labour & modern slavery

This story containes key documents related to the German G20 Presidency. For civil society commentary on the challenges and opportunities of Engaging the G20 on Business and Human Rights, see our blog series.

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