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ESCR-net member, Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL), is advocating for Exxon to admit the truth - to the public and in court -...

Jonathan Kaufman, Legal Advocacy Coordinator of EarthRights International, dennounced in a blog post the activities undertaken...

The Dam-Affected Movement of Brazil (Movimento dos Atingidos por Barragens – MAB) calls for justice and a thorough, independent and impartial investigation following the disappearance of...

Owners, executives and managers of some prominent companies actively participated in the human rights violations committed against workers during Argentina’s 1976-1983 dictatorship, according to evidence set...

In 2016, the Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA) celebrates 25 years of promoting and protecting human rights. To commemorate this milestone, FORUM-ASIA created ...

Terra de Direitos celebrated a major legal victory this past week when the Civil Court of Cascavel ruled that the agribusiness, Syngenta, is responsible for the death of a landless activist who was...

The Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA) today authorized the Belo Monte Dam's operating license, which allows the dam's reservoirs to be filled. The authorization was granted despite clear noncompliance with conditions necessary...

The 8 members of IAP’s Global Advocacy Team represent communities that have experienced, or will experience forced evictions as a result of a development project. In order to...

If you are planning to assist the 4th UN Business and Human Rights Forum (16  - 18 November in Geneva), the app “Geneva Human Rights Agenda” could be of use to you. It will help you organise your agenda during...