Towards EU Legislation on Corporate Accountability: the Need to Address Environmental Harms

Advocacy, Environment and Climate, Research and Studies, Strengthening corporate accountability litigation

Lucie Chatelain from Sherpa and Paul Mougeolle from Notre Affaire à Tous wrote an article, “Towards EU Legislation on Corporate...

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“Mining with meaning”: the content of vigilance plans is still insufficient according to a new study published by Sherpa

Advocacy, Environment and Climate, Front page, Press release-en, Reports, Research and Studies

Paris, October 29, 2020 – In a study on vigilance in the supply chains of minerals used in the energy transition, Sherpa highlights...

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Time to rethink – Stop the EU-Mercosur agreement!

Advocacy, Protecting the public debate litigation

Paris, 29 June 2020 – Negotiations between the EU and Mercosur countries (Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay), underway for over...

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Ending Gag Lawsuits in Europe Protecting Democracy and Fundamental Rights

Advocacy, Front page, Press release-en, Protecting the public debate litigation

The problem: gag lawsuits against public interest defenders The EU must end gag lawsuits used to silence individuals and organisations that...

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Report to the AMF about Total’s Financial informations & Climate Risks

Advocacy, Environment and Climate, Front page, Press release-en, Strengthening corporate accountability litigation

Paris, 28 May 2020 – Notre Affaire à Tous and Sherpa have reported to the French Financial Markets Authority (AMF) potential...

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A missed opportunity : France’s return of Gulnara Karimova’s illegally acquired assets

Advocacy, Corruption and embezzlement litigation, Front page, Laundering Litigation, Press release-en

Paris, May the 20th, 2020 – The NGO’s Transparency International France (TI-F), Sherpa and the Human Rights Association in Central...

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Total’s new climate change ambitions: a variable-geometry “carbon neutrality”?

Advocacy, Press release-en

Paris, May 5, 2020 – Under the pressure of civil society and EU 2050 carbon neutrality commitments, Total is finally acknowledging...

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[Opinion] Making economic actors accountable by governing globalisation through law

Advocacy, Labor rights and Modern slavery, Laundering advocacy, Sherpa in the media, Strengthening corporate accountability litigation

This op-ed has been published in Mediapart’s blog on May the 5th, 2020 The accountability of economic actors has been thought of at...

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CSO Open Letter to global investors and financial service providers

Advocacy, Press release-en, Strengthening corporate accountability litigation


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Blog Post – Key legal obstacles around jurisdiction for victims seeking justice remain in the Revised Draft treaty

Advocacy, Corporate capture litigation, Research and Studies, Strengthening corporate accountability litigation

Sandra Cossart and Lucie Chatelain wrote a blog post on the Revised Draft treaty, “Key legal obstacles around jurisdiction for...

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French court rejects ECCHR and Sherpa’s admissibility in the Lafarge/Syria case : Organizations to appeal decision at French Supreme Court

Advocacy, Corporate capture litigation, International crimes, Press release-en, Strategic litigation

Paris, 24 October 2019 – Today, the Investigation Chamber of the Paris Court of Appeals rejected the nonprofit organizations Sherpa and...

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[Opinion] The Balkany scandal lifts the veil on offshore mecanisms unknown to the public

Advocacy, Laundering advocacy, Laundering Litigation, Press release-en, Sherpa in the media, Tax evasion Advocacy, Tax evasion litigation

The Balkany trial must not hide the role played by bank and financial intermediaries in the proliferation of illicit financial flows,...

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