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Friends of the Earth Groups an supporters file complaint against ING for financing palm oil abuses

05.07.2019

Today Friends of the Earth groups Milieudefensie (NL), Sustainable Development Institute (Liberia) and WALHI (Indonesia) file a OECD complaint against the Dutch bank ING Group.

Swiss fertiliser traders implicated in human rights violations in Morocco

05.06.2019

New report: The Moroccan state-owned company OCP is polluting the air with its fertiliser factories, thereby harming the health of its employees and of the loca…

The Link Between Employment Conditions and Suicide

07.12.2018

A Study of the Electronics Sector in China (/November 2018)

Development Policy

Our developmental priorities:

Business and human rights

Forced relocations, inhumane working conditions, child labour - time and again, global businesses have violated human rights and damaged the environment.

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Agriculture and climate

Present-day agricultural and food systems are the main drivers of global warming. If we want to protect the climate, biodiversity and habitats, an urgent change of course is needed.

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Land grabbing

For some years, a new phenomenon has threatened the food security of millions of people: the sale and leasing of huge swathes of land to foreign countries and investors.

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Fair consumption

When we purchase a pair of jeans, a mobile telephone or carpets, we can only do so because others have worked to produce these goods – often under abysmal conditions.

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