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India: Report alleges Bayer & Syngenta failed to adequately manage health & environmental risks associated with pesticides, incl. company responses
As mentioned in our original response to the authors of the report [...] Syngenta complies with the applicable national and international legislation and codes of practice that govern the crop protection industry in India... [I]n November 2015...
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Commentary: Civil society is increasingly using strategic litigation to address corporate human rights abuses
Author: Dr Carolijn Terwindt & Christian Schliemann, European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights, in Civicus State of Civil Society Report 2017
"Transnational strategic litigation: an emerging part of civil society’s repertoire for corporate accountability", Jun 2017...
Author: Marina Fabre, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)
« La France interdit un pesticide… Mais l'exporte vers des pays en développement », 29 mai 2017...
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Press release: UN to assess Bayer & Syngenta’s adherence to international standard on pesticides management
Author: European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights, Berne Declaration, Kheti Virasat Mission, Pesticides Action Network – Asia Pacific, Bread for the World
Organizations from Europe and Asia submitted a complaint to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in October 2015 on the marketing of hazardous pesticides by Bayer and Syngenta in Punjab/India... A video containing farmers’...
Tanzania: Traditional seed exchange outlawed in law that favours multinational agribusinesses over local farmers; Syngenta comments
Author: Ebe Daems & Kweli Ukwethembeka Iqiniso, in Mondiaal Nieuws (Belgium)
"Tanzanian farmers are facing heavy prison sentences if they continue their traditional seed exchange"...