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Nigeria: Community members allege rights abuses by soldiers "attached to Total"; company denies allegations
Author: Chukwudi Akasike, Punch Newspaper (Nigeria)
"Rivers community, oil firm disagree over alleged soldiers’ invasion", 3 Sept 2016...
Author: Mark Curtis, Huffington Post (UK)
"Africa’s Massive Revenue Losses From Tax Incentives", 5 Aug 2016...
Author: International Alert (UK)
"Oil and Water? The impact of oil on livelihoods in Uganda", Sep 2015...
Philippines: World’s largest carbon producers ordered to respond to complaint alleging human rights abuses from climate change
In September 2015, civil society groups and typhoon survivors brought a complaint before the Commission of Human Rights of the Philippines calling for an investigation into the responsibility of big fossil fuel companies for fuelling climate change...
Total publishes its 1st human rights briefing paper based on UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework
Total has published its 1st Human Rights Briefing Paper based on the United Nations (UN) Guiding Principles Reporting Framework. The Briefing Paper outlines our Salient Issues and explains how we are addressing them. In addition, it demonstrates how...
- Related in-depth areas: Business and Human Rights Reporting and Assurance Frameworks Initiative (RAFI)
- Related companies: Total
[Introduction by Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman & Chief Executive of Total:] [T]his year we’re taking a decisive step by creating a combined Strategy & Climate Division, because climate, a global concern, must be fully integrated into our...
In the first version of the 2015 Report “Facing Finance”...it was mentioned that Total’s activities in Western Sahara were in breach of international law. As this statement was not accurate, we contested it and provided BHRRC with relevant information...
- Related stories: Facing Finance report investigates abuses by 20 companies & ties to financial institutions
- This is a response from the following companies: Total