Mega-Mergers: 3 giant corporations controlling South Africa’s Food and Farming systems

The African Centre for Biodiversity

          Amidst the deepening political crisis in which South Africa is mired, another slow-burning crisis is playing out in our food and farming systems as three mega mergers are being sewn up. According to a report●●●

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Special Broadcasts / El Salvador Free From Mining

Real World Radio

  ​On March 29, 2017, the Legislative Assembly of El Salvador passed a historic law through which it bans, with a retroactive effect, the extraction of precious metals in its territory. The decision is the result of two decades of●●●

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Southern Africa Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power & African Centre for Biodiversity (ACB)

           ​   Supporters of the Southern Africa Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power,   Transnational Corporations (TNC’s) dominate South Africa’s seed and agrochemical sector. Corporate information such as market shares are kept totally secret. Two of●●●

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Letter of the II International Seminar, Food, Water and Energy are not commodities!

Dismantle Corporate Power

  Below you’ll find the Letter of the II International Seminar, Food, Water and Energy are not commodities!, pointing to main aspects reflected in the Seminar and collective commitments. This letter was discussed on the last day of the International Seminar●●●

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In the framework of the one-year anniversary of Berta Cáceres´ murder, the UN process to regulate corporate human rights violations is “speeding up”

Real World Radio

    Descargar: MP3 (5.4 MB)   The report launched last week by the Intergovernmental Working Group of the United Nations Human Rights Council mandated to elaborate a binding treaty on transnational corporations and human rights violations was “an important step”●●●

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Berta Cáceres court papers show murder suspects’ links to US-trained elite troops

The Guardian

  The Honduran environmental activist’s killing a year ago bears the hallmarks of a ‘well-planned operation designed by military intelligence’ says legal source.     Nina Lakhani   Leaked court documents raise concerns that the murder of the Honduran environmentalist●●●

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Binding rules for business, rights for people


  By Anne van Schaik | Friends of the Earth Europe     Legally-binding rules for transnational corporations on human rights are extremely important, as voluntary measures are not enough, and it’s an opportunity for the EU to take a●●●

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