Displaying items by tag: corporate social responsibility - CIDSE
Nouveau traité international : l’ONU sera‐t‐elle enfin en mesure de nous protéger des multinationales ?
Une Analyse de la Commission Justice et Paix – Belgique - Mai 2018
N'attendons pas plus longtemps pour adopter définitivement la loi sur le devoir de vigilance.
From the ore to the car - Mining conditions and supply chains in the commodity sector and the responsibility of the German automobile industry. A study by Misereor, Global Policy Forum Europe and Brot für die Welt, September 2012 (Full report in GE - Executive summary available in EN - ES and FR)
Lines in the Sand - Lessons in Corporate Accountability from the Barmer to Salaya Pipeline, SCIAF Policy Report, December 2010
Transnational corporations involved in extractive industries frequently arrive with promises to build schools, hospitals, roads, provide jobs. Unfortunately, local populations too often discover that allthat glitters is not gold. Rather than benefiting, local people experience increased poverty, loss of livelihoods, violent conflict, human rights violations, environmental degradation and corruption.
The impacts of the activities of transnational corporations should be at heart of development discussions, because corporations are taking an increasingly important role in shaping global and local economic and political structures.