To date, 181 countries have signed and ratified the World Health Organization (WHO) Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. With the aim of limiting the consumption of tobacco and its life-threatening consequences and reducing the number of smokers. The agreement is ... →
For the fifth consecutive year Facing Finance reports on violations of environmental and social norms and standards by multinational corporations, as documented by international NGOs. It shows that banks as well as their customers are all too often profiting ... →
On the 5th June, Facing Finance attended the PXP Festival in the Berlin Waldbühne – the festival was for the benefit of children in war and on the run.
With the motto “Your Voice For Children!” six hours of fantastic ... →
On Tuesday 15th March, the Fair Finance Guide Germany was launched at a press conference in Berlin. A summary of the results given, showed that five of the eight banks evaluated did not even meet half of the defined ... →
(Munich/Berlin, February 16, 2016) – On the occasion of the United Nations “World Day of Social ... →
Dirty Emissions and Dirty Profits – € Billions gained at the expense of people and the environment
In advance of the International Day of Human Rights (10.12), FACING FINANCE will publically launch the report entitled DIRTY PROFITS 3. The report ... →
The Non-Government Organization PAX (Netherlands), Facing Finance and urgewald as well as the international campaign ICAN (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons) and IPPNW Germany invite you to the presentation of the global study “Don’t Bank on the Bomb”.
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Festhalle – Frankfurt am Main 22 May 2014
A variety of environmental and human rights organisations (NGOs), including Facing Finance, have made their way into the banking metropolis of Frankfurt am Main to demonstrate at the Deutsche Bank AGM.
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The opening of the exhibition “DIRTY PROFITS: commodity investments and the consequences for man and the environment” in cooperation with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, on April 02, 2014, was a resounding success. More than 100 visitors interested in pursuing an exciting panel ... →
Der Dokumentarfilm zu Nestlés globalem Handel mit abgepackten Trinkwasser startet am 12.9. in deutschen Kinos. Manche Vorführen werden mit Gesprächsrunden angeboten.
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