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November 3, 2021
Cambodian families who were forcibly displaced by Phnom Penh Sugar Company have received a promised payment from Australia’s ANZ bank, which financed the sugar company from 2011-2014.
November 3, 2021
Civil society organizations respond to ANZ Bank’s new Grievance Mechanism Framework to evaluate and respond to human rights related complaints associated with its corporate lending customers.
October 14, 2021
Three organizations representing thousands of people in Uganda filed a complaint against the World Bank for indirectly backing one of the world’s largest and riskiest oil developments. The planned East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) and Kabaale refinery, along with the associated development of oil fields on the shores of Lake Albert, will impact over 120,000 people in Uganda and Tanzania.
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September 20, 2021
The East African Crude Oil Pipeline, French oil company Total’s proposed 1,445 kilometer pipeline through Uganda and Tanzania, is coming under further pressure as more banks make clear that they are not taking part in a $3 billion loan to enable the project to proceed.
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August 9, 2021
In a precedent-setting case, more than 10,000 people harmed by the New Liberty Gold Mine in Liberia have had a complaint accepted against the German and French national development banks – DEG and Proparco – for their links to the project.
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Innenansicht vom Autoturm mit Auto und Aufzug fuer Autos, die Autoauslieferung an Direktabholer, in der Autostadt
GmbH von der Volkswagen AG im Stammwerk Wolfsburg. Die Gesamtplanung der Autostadt ist ein Werk des
Architekten Gunter Henn. VW versucht die aktuelle Krise um den Diesel-Manipulationsskandal und die damit
verbundenen hohen Erstattungskosten zu ueberwinden.
Car of the Volkswagen AG inside the storage tower of the Autocity, a visitor attraction adjacent of the Car plant
Volkswagen AG in Wolfsburg. The German carmaker VW tries to overcome its current crisis triggered by the enginerigging scandal. Volkswagen is facing high costs and penalties, including the possible buyback of up to 500,000 cars
alone in the USA, as a result of VW's diesel emissions scandal.
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July 22, 2021
Car companies should drive up human rights and environmental standards at bauxite mines and aluminum refineries and smelters. A new report by Inclusive Development International and Human Rights Watch explains how.
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July 20, 2021
Inclusive Development International and Human Rights Watch will hold an online news conference on July 22, 2021 at 10am EDT to launch our new joint report, “Aluminum: The Car Industry’s Blind Spot – Why Car Companies Should Address the Human Rights Impact of Aluminum Production.”
June 25, 2021
Take a stand in solidarity with communities around the world who dare to push back, who dare to take on the “impossible” fights and who dare to win.
June 15, 2021
Inclusive Development International, Equitable Cambodia and Mighty Earth sent an open letter to Peugeot calling on the automobile company to use its substantial influence to ensure redress for Indigenous communities in Cambodia harmed by its business partner.
June 15, 2021
We’re pleased to share our 2020 Annual Report which features several significant victories that have been many years in the making and provides an overview of a number of our ongoing campaigns and cases.