Resources

L'Aluminium, Angle Mort

July 2021

Pourquoi les constructeurs automobiles devraient se soucier des conséquences de la production d’aluminium sur les droits humains
L’aluminium, un métal léger, est un composant majeur pour assurer la transition vers les voitures électriques et les véhicules plus économes en carburant. Malgré l’extraction de la bauxite et la production d’aluminium peuvent avoir des conséquences dévastatrices sur les droits humains.
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July 2021

Why Car Companies Should Address the Human Rights Impact of Aluminum Production
Aluminum: The Car Industry’s Blind Spot, a joint report by Inclusive Development International and Human Rights Watch, sheds light on the human rights consequences of the aluminum industry, using examples from around the world and an in-depth case study of bauxite mining in Guinea.
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May 2021

This essay explores how the energy investment priorities of Chinese companies and banks, along with the development decisions of the Cambodian Government, in the long term could set back industrial upgrading, diversification, and job creation, ultimately harming Cambodia’s economy.
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November 2020

Finance Risk Briefing, November 2020
This report by BankTrack is endorsed by the Africa Institute for Energy Governance (AFIEGO), Both ENDS, Just Share and Inclusive Development International. It outlines the risks the companies and banks could face from the EACOP.
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June 2020

Au milieu d’une crise sanitaire mondiale sans précédent, la Compagnie des Bauxites de Guinée (CBG), un client de la Société Financière Internationale (SFI) de la Banque Mondiale, a relocalisé le village de Hamdallaye dans la région de Boké en Guinée.
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June 2020

In the middle of a global public health emergency, Compagnie des Bauxites de Guinée (CBG), a client of the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation (IFC), relocated the village of Hamdallaye in the Boké region of Guinea.
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March 2020

Reflecting on Four Years of AIIB Projects
Time to Raise the Bar: Reflecting on Four Years of AIIB Projects looks at the bank’s portfolio and seeks to inform readers on where and how AIIB funds are flowing, in order to provide a solid grounding for those engaging in the public consultations on the ESF review.
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July 2019

Assessing Responsibility for the Xe Pian-Xe Namnoy Dam Collapse
“Reckless Endangerment: Assessing Responsibility for the Xe Pian-Xe Namnoy Dam Collapse, ”a joint report by Inclusive Development International and International Rivers, identifies the governments, corporations, banks and insurers that have backed the $1.02 billion project.
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April 2019

Can the IFC's New Green Equity Strategy Help End Indonesia's Dirty Coal Mines?
The report examines how the World Bank Group is quietly bankrolling some of Indonesia’s most destructive coal mining companies, despite instituting a virtual ban on coal financing in 2013.
Financing Development In Myanamr

November 2018

The Case of Shwe Taung Cement
The report by Inclusive Development International, Bank Information Center Europe and Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO), examines the case of the Shwe Taung Cement plant in Myanmar, which will soon commence a massive expansion.