Health and Safety Hazards in France Only few corporations are as controversially discussed in the international media as the US American seed company and herbicide… Read More »Monsanto found guilty of chemical poisoning
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Human rights violations and environmental hazards in India Some 95 per cent of India’s cotton seed is controlled by Monsanto. Across the world, new seed laws… Read More »Monsanto’s business in India: On Seeds and Suicides
Corruption in Slovenia A tank deal contracted in 2006 has evolved into several court procedures in different EU countries on the grounds of bribery and… Read More »Patria AMW: Trial on corruption in Slovenian tank deal
Violation of Trade union rights in Brazil In Brazil, the fertilizer company Vale Fertilizantes is consistently ignoring worker´s demands concerning substantial corporate proposals and remains… Read More »Vale Fertilizantes: Refusal to negotiate with worker´s union
Human Rights Violations in Mongolia Mongolia possesses immense gold and copper resources. Reportedly, the mine of Oyu Tolgoi attracts investments which are approximately three times… Read More »Rio Tinto: Insufficient preparations of mining operations in Mongolia