Oil exploitation, logging, drilling, toxic waste. The irresponsibility of multinationals is devastating the planet and its inhabitants.
For more than 50 years, CETIM has denounced the destruction of our environment. It supports the struggles of indigenous peoples and peasants to (re)assert their sovereignty over
UN Binding Treaty on TNCs and Human Rights Affected Communities and Social Movements Urge to Get Negotiations Back on Track in the Face of a New Diversionary Threat to the ProcessContinue reading
HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL 51st session CETIM and its partners call the attention of this Human rights council about the dismentling of the NAe São Paulo ship, transporting toxic wastes, which was travelling from Brazil to Aliaga shipyard, in Turkey. Read the oral statementContinue reading
HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL 51st session Following the report of the Special Rapporteur on hazardous substances and wastes on the gold mining issue, CETIM called the attention of the Hurman rights Council about another representative case : the dismentling of the NAe São Paulo ship, transporting toxic wastes, which was travelling from Brazil to Aliaga shipyard, […]Continue reading
HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL 50th session FIAN International, CETIM and La Via Campesina addressed the Special Rapporteur on Climate Change. Read the declarationContinue reading