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In parallel with the first session of the UN intergovernmental working group, human rights advocates from across the world will gather in Geneva to denounce corporate abuse and impunity.
Time to open constructive discussions towards developing an international legally binding instrument, CIDSE Briefing Note, July 2015 (available in EN - ES - FR)
Originally published on Wednesday 17 June 2015 by The European Coalition for Corporate Justice
"It is now time to open constructive discussions in the IGWG towards developing an international legally binding instrument that can make an important contribution to effectively stopping the occurrence of human rights abuses by businesses on the ground"
CIDSE in cooperation with Franciscans International, Friends of the Earth Europe, FIAN, FIDH and the International Commission of Jurists held a side event on: "Legally binding instruments on business and human rights- European Perspectives" on Thursday 19 March 2015
Des évêques latino-américains dénoncent les violations des droits humains liées aux activités extractives
Des évêques latino-américains partenaires de la CIDSE dénoncent les violations des droits humains liées aux activités extractives (Disponible en FR - ES)
L'économie au service de l'humanité – Au nom de leur foi, des chrétiens s'engagent pour un meilleur encadrement des multinationales. Mars 2015. (Disponible en français uniquement)
CIDSE, Commission Justice & Paix and EurAc are launching a video-campaign action. After watching the video, citizens will be able to send their demands for effective legislation to Members of the European Parliament.
The lives of people in many countries in the global South can be affected by the extraction and trade of natural resources used for everyday products sold in Europe and around the world.
Press release: 125 Church leaders ask the EU to put a stop to conflict minerals ahead of crucial votes
Laptops, mobile phones, and many electronic devices used by most people daily and sold by European companies often may contain natural resources whose extraction and trade fuel violence and suffering. To respond to this, 125 Church leaders from 37 countries on 5 continents have signed a statement asking the EU to stop conflict minerals.