Mass Meeting on Human Rights Day in Sigidi Village, Mbizana

Amadiba Crisis Committee

      Sigidi is one of five villages that have resisted the ‘Xolobeni Mining Project’ for 15 years. The villagers are also resisting Sanral’s N2 Toll Road through their land. It would cut the coastal villages Sigidi and Mdatya●●●

Analysis Research, News, Resources

Climate Arson: The strategies and impact of ExxonMobil’s dangerous EU lobbying

Corporate Europe Observatory

For more than half a century, ExxonMobil has denied and downplayed climate change, has refused any responsibility for global warming and continues to fund groups spreading misinformation. Now, the company is facing the first public hearing on climate change denialism.●●●

News, Statements

Statement: The assassination of indigenous defender in Mexico, Samir Flores Soberanes, and the role of european corporations


      On February 20, Samir Flores Soberanes, a Náhuatl indigenous activist and community organiser in Morelos, Mexico, was assassinated. We, organisations and collectives, mourn his death and our thoughts are with his family, friends and compañeros.   After●●●

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  Justice Delayed is Justice Denied   Join our social media actions to urge the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, the Human Rights Council, and Member States to abide by their own commitments and publish the database on companies involved in Israel’s illegal●●●

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SIDE EVENT: “Vale in Brumadinho: another crime in the account of the big transnationals” and “Shell in Nigeria: violations of labour rights continue”

Global Campaign

    SIDE EVENT   On the occasion of the 40th session of the Human Rights Council, the Global Campaign to Reclaim Peoples′ sovereignty, Dismantle Corporate Power and stop impunity has the pleasure to invite you to a side event●●●

Campaigns, News, Statements

UN Binding Treaty: Written contribution of the Global Campaign, February 2019

Global Campaign
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Chevron Vs Ecuador: International Arbitration & Impunity (ISDS case)


In February of 2011 the Ecuadorian Courts delivered an historic verdict, sentencing the Big Oil Corporation Chevron-Texaco to pay US$9,500 million dollars for its contamination of the Ecuadorian Amazon (1964-1992). However, Chevron hit back via the Investor-State Dispute Settlement system●●●

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