droits humains
Politis | 22-mai-2019
Plus de 260 organisations, réseaux, syndicats et mouvements sociaux au niveau mondial, représentant plus de 280 millions de personnes, se sont mobilisés pour dénoncer l’impunité de Chevron en Équateur.
Tele Sur | 22-mai-2019
Thousands of demonstrators across all five continents have joined the International Anti-Chevron day to peacefully protest and display global crimes committed by the transnational company against human rights and the environment.
Alternatives Economiques | 21-mar-2019
De nombreuses menaces qui pèse sur les populations locales – les populations autochtones, de petits fermiers – sont le fait d’entreprises.
Meta | 11-mar-2019
The treaty is also a direct opposite of the Investor State Dispute Settlement mechanisms adopted in trade deals, as they expand the powers of transnational corporations.
WeMove.EU | 11-fév-2019
Los acuerdos de comercio e inversión de hoy otorgan a las empresas transnacionales derechos especiales de gran alcance y el acceso a un sistema de justicia paralelo para hacerlos valer.
OMAL | 6-fév-2019
Los tribunales de arbitraje son precisamente parte de un proceso más amplio que, a través de la nueva oleada de tratados de comercio e inversión en los que estos se insertan, pretende implementar una constitución económica global que definitivamente sitúe en la cúspide político-jurídica los intereses corporativos y a las empresas transnacionales.
Washington Post | 3-jan-2019
Investment treaties with ISDS provisions make it hard to tax foreign firms and worsen human rights and labor practices.
CIAR Global | 14-déc-2018
El conflicto está relacionado con la suspensión del proyecto de minería de oro Tambor, en San José del Golfo y San Pedro Ayampuc, y la reclamación estaría cifrada en 300 millones de dólares.
IIED | 8-nov-2018
Many SEZs have been associated with compressions of land, labour and human rights. Investment treaties protect investments against adverse regulatory change, including in SEZs. To date, investors have brought at least 20 arbitrations to challenge diverse aspects of SEZ regimes.
Expropriate | 4-aoû-2018
On 29 July 1918, the British judiciary proffered the Empire’s most expressly and egregiously racist justification for the land dispossession of indigenous peoples. Today, an ICSID tribunal continues that mission. No matter which way Zimbabwean’s turn at the polls, they’re still paying for their invasion and occupation by Cecil Rhodes’ British South Africa company...

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