In the following pages, you will find CETIM’s English declarations at the UN on the theme of impunity of transnational corporations
HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL 46th session Five years after the peace accords, 250 signatories and 1,139 social leaders have been assassinated, most of them peasants, indigenous and black communities, which indicates that in Colombia, a social leader is assassinated every 41 hours.
HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL 46th session Perla Alvarez, representative of La Via Campesina, addressed the plenary assembly of the 46th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC), on the occasion of the presentation of the report of the new UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Mr. Michael Fakhri.
HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL 45th session In a previous statement during this session of the Human Rights Council, the Special Rapporteur on toxic waste, Mr. Tuncak, made clear recommendations, based on the manifest deficiency of national regulation on transnational corporates in Brazil, calling for independent investigations into abuses of power by these entities.
HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL 44th session Much has been said about the importance of UNGPs as a landmark in the search for mechanisms to hold TNCs accountable for human rights violations.
Final Declaration of the Global Campaign to Claim People’s Sovereignty, Dismantle Corporate Power and End Impunity in Relation to the V Session of the OEIGWG October 18th 2019 This statement is made on behalf of the Global Campaign to Reclaim People’s Sovereignty, Dismantle Corporate Power and Stop Impunity. The negotiation of the legally binding instrument […]