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Newsletter 84 (September 2022)

Supply chains. Pushbacks. Climate lawsuit.

First France, then the Netherlands and, in 2023, Germany - more and more European countries are introducing supply chain laws because they have come to recognize that oil spills, theft of natural recources and forced labor do not come from nowhere. They are the result of the ruthless practices of companies along their global value chains.

Yet, a patchwork composed of separate national laws is not enougn to effectively protect human rights and the environment. Now, the EU has the chance to pass a robust law that is binding for all European companies. Learn more about this and other topics in this newsletter. 

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Newsletter 84 (September 2022)

Supply chains. Pushbacks. Climate lawsuit.

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Newsletter 83 (July 2022)

An island fights against its demise

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Newsletter 82 (June 2022)

Charges confirmed: Complicity in crimes against humanity

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Newsletter 81 (April 2022)

The future demands collective action and global solidarity

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Newsletter 80 (March 2022)

Ukraine: For more global solidarity

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Newsletter 79 (February 2022)

“A first step towards freedom, dignity and justice”

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Newsletter 78 (December 2021)

Looking back on 2021: Human rights in times of crises

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Newsletter 77 (November 2021)

The Belarus case: How Germany can act

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Human rights for the climate

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Newsletter 76 (September 2021)

A victory for human rights over corporate interests