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Triunfo U'Wa: Proyecto Petrolero se ha Retirado del Territorio Indígena

Durante el año pasado, EarthRights International ha estado orgulloso de apoyar al pueblo U'wa en Colombia en su lucha contra el proyecto petrolero Magallanes, trabajando . . .

U’Wa Victory: Oil Project in Colombia Indigenous Territory Dismantled

For much of the past year, EarthRights International has been proud to support the U’Wa people in Colombia in their fight against the Magallanes oil . . .

U’Wa Victory: Oil Project in Colombia Indigenous Territory Dismantled

For much of the past year, EarthRights International has been proud to support the U’Wa people in Colombia in their fight against the Magallanes oil . . .

One Federal appeals court is still deciding whether corporations can be liable for torture

Ah, déjà vu. In 2010, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals was an outlier, holding that corporations couldn’t be sued under the Alien Tort Statute . . .

A Rocky Road to Justice in the Amazon

An agreement has been reached between indigenous federations of four river basins in Peru´s northern Amazon, the National Government, and Pluspetrol, the Argentine oil company . . .

Bank Convinces Court That Loans to Coal Companies are Unnecessary - so Why Not Cancel Them?

The U.S. Export-Import (ExIm) Bank has faced a fair amount of criticism in recent years, much of it from conservatives - such as Senator Mike . . .

New Transnational Strategies in Pursuit of Justice

The Business & Human Rights Resource Center ’s (BHRRC) latest Annual Briefing confirms what those of us working for corporate accountability already knew: 2014 was . . .

U.S. Courts Don't do the Bidding of Foreign Governments

Should federal courts dismiss cases whenever foreign governments say they should? Should they give more weight to the judicial systems of foreign countries than the . . .

Say No to the Don Sahong Dam

We urge the governments of Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam to maintain their firm positions opposing the Don Sahong project. We urge them to demand an . . .

5 Ways Citizens United Has Screwed Over Our Democracy

Five years after the Supreme Court handed down Citizens United , the decision continues to have a widespread impact on the state, federal, and even . . .

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