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24 April 2017
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Mit der deutschen Übernahme der G20-Präsidentschaft im Dezember 2016 und dem in Hamburg am 7. und 8. Juli 2017 stattfindenden Gipfeltreffen wird der Gruppe in Deutschland dieses Jahr besondere Aufmerksamkeit gewidmet. Vor dem Hintergrund der UN 2030...

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Article
24 April 2017

Indonesia: Court orders local govt. to review palm oil plantation permits & hold companies accountable for 2015 deforestation fires

Author: Friends of the Earth, on EcoWatch

"Historic Verdict in Indonesia’s Fight Against Deforestation", 5 Apr 2017...

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Report
19 April 2017

Corporate Legal Accountability Annual Briefing - Corporate impunity is common & remedy for victims is rare

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

This year’s Annual Briefing highlights the rising impunity of companies’ involvement in human rights abuse...Unscrupulous companies are increasingly targeting activists, using the justice system to hold them accountable, with repression and lawsuits. ...

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Article
19 April 2017

Indonesia: Foreign ministry officer outlines steps govt. could take to promote human rights in business, including creation of a natl. focal point

Author: Amanda Himawan, Jakarta Post

"Embracing business and human rights", 3 April 2017...

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Article
15 April 2017

Indonesian & Malaysian palm oil firms acknowledge increasing need to respond to human rights concerns, not just environmental ones

Author: Hannah Koh, Eco-Business

"Has the conversation about palm oil moved from environment to people?", 12 April 2017...

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Company response
11 April 2017

Nordea response

Author: Nordea Bank

24 Mar 2017...

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Story
11 April 2017

Scandinavian banks linked to violations of indigenous peoples’ rights in Borneo; banks respond

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Story
10 April 2017

Indonesia: Court revokes license of Chinese company Mikgro Metal Premium for damaging environment & livelihood of nearby communities

Indigenous people on…Indonesia’s North Sulawesi province are claiming victory after the government revoked a [license of] Chinese company…Mikgro Metal Premium (MMP), which wanted to mine for iron ore on Bangka Island. The revocation followed the end...

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Company response
10 April 2017

SEB response

Author: SEB

…The situation in Borneo’s rainforest is tragic and involves a difficult situation for the indigenous population. Protection and respect for human rights should be central to the countries and companies with direct impact on the ground. We, as...

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Company response
10 April 2017

Skandia response

Author: Skandia

Mar 2017...

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