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“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)
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.
CCFD-Terre Solidaire, CIDSE's French member organisation, together with the Institute of International Relations has published the 2013 Barometer of civil society.
UN Business & Human Rights Framework: Developing an intergovernmental process towards a binding instrument
CIDSE written statement on the occasion of the UN Human Rights Council 26th Session (Geneva, 10-27 June 2014) (Also available in EN, FR, ES)
The meeting of European Union finance ministers confirmed, on May 6 2014, the establishment of a Financial Transaction Tax (FTT) for some EU countries by 2016. Catholic leaders from countries that are part of the Enhanced Cooperation Initiative express the moral imperative to implement a well-designed FTT, the proceeds of which are spent on eradicating poverty in Europe and in the South and to tackle climate change.
Annual report 2013 (also available in ES and FR)
In March, the European Commission proposed legislation that aims to prevent European companies’ mineral purchases from financing conflict or human rights abuses. Mgr. Maroy, Archbishop of Bukavu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo), visited Brussels and spoke about whether EU legislation can bring changes for the good of humanity. (Article in EN - FR - DE)