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
- their living environments
- their natural resources
- their way of life and to face
- and to confront the stranglehold of transnational corporations with the agreement of the States.
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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.
STATEMENT Brazil: UN Special Rapporteur urges Government and multinationals to face up to their responsibility
Thursday, October 17, at 7:30 p.m., Uni-Mail, room MR280: Public Conference: “Climate justice, fossil industries and corporate impunity” and Film presented by Madonna Thunder Hawk “Warrior Women”
On 25 January 2019, a new environmental crime occurred: the collapse of the Brumadinho dam, located in the state of Minas Gerais, owned by the multinational corporation VALE. More than 300 people died. Most of them were company employees who were eating in the canteen, the first building affected by the collapse. This disaster has […]
CETIM is pleased to invite you to a conference-debate it co-organizes on climate change: 1.5°c of warming Friday 12 October 2018, Uni Mail, Room MR060, Geneva, at 6.15 pm. With: Daniel Tanuro Mohamed Hakech This conference-debate is co-organized and supported by Attac Switzerland, Uniterre Une agriculture durable, SolidaritéS Genève, Groupe Écosocialiste – Genève, Collectif Breakfree […]