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Global rules for corporations would stop the land grabs in Sierra Leone

Guest blog by FIAN Belgium A new report by the human rights organization FIAN Belgium documents the impact of the activities of the Belgian-Luxembourgish company SOCFIN on the communities in Malen, southern Sierra Leone. The report is clear: affected communities who have lost access to and control over their land have been exposed to serious …

Three years since the murder of Berta Cáceres – it’s time to hold multinationals to account

This blog was originally published by Friends of the Earth Europe Three years ago, Honduran activist and community leader Berta Cáceres was brutally murdered. Every year, around 200 environmental defenders are killed or assaulted around the world – crimes that are often linked to multinational companies violating human rights. Only a binding agreement on a …