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Time for Mitr Phol, Coca-Cola, Nestle, Mars Wrigley and Bonsucro to live up to their human rights responsibilities

(November 17, 2020) - This week the UN is hosting its annual Forum on Business and Human Rights. We joined our Cambodian partners to issue a statement about a decade-long struggle for justice from Asia’s largest sugar company.

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Open letter to World Bank President Malpass on selection of the next CAO Vice President

(October 16, 2020) - Sixty-two civil society organizations from more than 20 countries have written to World Bank President David Malpass urging him to select a CAO Vice President with a "strong reputation for independence" and a demonstrated commitment to the

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Saying No to Coal: IFC’s new Green Equity Approach Unveiled

(September 17, 2020) - The World Bank’s private lending arm has unveiled its new approach to greening equity investments in financial institutions, aimed at increasing climate-related lending and reducing exposure to coal related projects to zero by 2030.

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Realizing the right to an effective remedy: Joint Submission on the External Review of IFC/MIGA Accountability

(September 12, 2020) – Inclusive Development International submitted Joint Comments on Realizing the Right to Effective Remedy within the IFC/MIGA Accountability Framework today to the World Bank Group's Board of Directors.   

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Indonesian communities file complaint against HeidelbergCement with German government

(September 9, 2020) – Community representatives in Indonesia today filed a complaint to the German government accusing HeidelbergCement, one of the world’s largest cement makers, with threatening their livelihoods and water resources and the local ecosystem.

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Thai Appeal Court decision on Mitr Pohl paves the way for Asia’s first transboundary class action on human rights abuses

(July 31, 2020) – Today, Cambodian plaintiffs representing more than 700 farming families won a landmark appeal allowing them to move forward with their class action against Asia’s largest sugar producer, Mitr Phol.

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