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“Our sister, Mother Earth, is our common house and the place of God's alliance with human beings and all of creation…”
On Tuesday November 25 Pope Francis speaks at the European Parliament. CIDSE is represented in Strasbourg by Secretary General Bernd Nilles who will attend the speech on the invitation of the Holy See.
Report on the CIDSE Bishops’ tour in Guatemala (22-27 June 2014) (Full report in ES, Conclusions & Recommendations in EN)
As the European Parliament prepares to debate legislation on responsible mineral sourcing ("conflict minerals"), 70 Catholic bishops from around the world are urging the EU to make the legislation’s requirements consistent in scope and binding for companies, rather than the current voluntary approach.
“We need supply chain due diligence to stop complicity in funding conflicts” – Catholic leaders’ statement supported by CIDSE, October 2014, updated in May 2015 (available in EN – DE – ES – FR)
The present briefing seeks to contribute to the discussion on the future of EU and Latin America and the Caribbean relations, highlighting concerns and proposals from the perspective of civil society networks APRODEV, CIDSE, CIFCA, GRUPO SUR and OIDHACO (also available in ESP).
Business and Human Rights: Engaging new action at international and national levels, CIDSE note, 4 July 2014 (Available in EN - ES - FR)
UN Business & Human Rights Framework: Engaging new action at national and international level to stop abuses, CIDSE statement, 30 June 2014 (available in EN - ES - FR)
Statement of His Excellency Archbishop Silvano M. Tomasi Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva at the 26th Session of the Human Rights Council (11 June 2014).
CIDSE’s work with exposed and vulnerable communities and people often brings the insufficiency of current international regulation on corporations' responsibilities for human rights to attention.