Corporate legal accountability: due diligence vs true accountability

HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL 47th session CETIM and its partners express to the Experts’ Working group on TNCs and human rights. They are concerned about the trend to reduce corporate legal accountability to the extremely narrow component of due diligence. Read the statement Read the article “UN Human Rights Council: Voluntary standards for multinationals, the lobbying […]

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Human rights violations against Palestinian peasants

HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL 47th session CETIM and the Union of Agricultural Work Committes (UAWC) presented a statement denouncing the repression and systematic human rights violations committed by the Israeli occupation forces and settler groups against the Palestinian peasantry. Read the statement  

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An incisive and plural digital magazine to debate

Since its creation, CETIM has adopted the concept of “maldevelopment” as a defining factor in its view of the world. The association’s new electronic magazine seeks to be a publication of reflection and review for development on a global scale. The current crisis has fuelled discussions on the future of human society, particularly in countries […]

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UN legally binding instrument on the right to development underway

The North-South divide is once again evident in the debates on the draft Convention on the Right to Development. Despite opposition from the West, Southern countries are committed to an instrument that could orient the international order towards greater equity. Following several delays induced by the pandemic, the 21st session of the UN Human Rights […]

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Popular uprisings in Colombia

For more than a month, massive demonstrations have set Colombian streets ablaze in an unprecedented popular uprising against the neoliberal policies and corruption of the government of Ivan Duque.

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