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

-Press release-en, Advocacy, Environment and Climate, Front page, Strengthen economic actors' obligatons and responsibility

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

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VOLTALIA must put an end to its relationship with a company linked to the Myanmar military

-Press release-en, Front page, International crimes

Press release French company VOLTALIA must put an end to its commercial relationship with a company linked to the Myanmar military Paris,...

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

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

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”?

-Press release-en, Advocacy

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

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Op-ed – Making economic actors accountable by governing globalisation through law

-Press release-en, Advocacy, Labor rights and Modern slavery, Laundering, Sherpa in the media, Strengthen economic actors' obligatons and responsibility

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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Harsher sentence in appeal for Teodoro Obiang Jr: “France is no longer a welcoming country for the proceeds of laundered and dirty money”

-Press release-en, Corruption and embezzlement, Corruption and embezzlement, Front page

Paris, 10.02.2020 – The Paris Court of Appeal rendered its decision in the trial of Teodoro Obiang Jr, Vice-President of...

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First climate change litigation against TOTAL in France: 14 local authorities and 5 NGOs take Total to court

-Press release-en, Environment and Climate, Front page, Strategic litigation

First climate change litigation against a company in France: 14 local authorities and 5 NGOs take Total to court Paris, January 28, 2020...

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CSO Open Letter to global investors and financial service providers

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TO GLOBAL INVESTORS AND FINANCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS: CSO OPEN LETTER ON THE RISK OF EXPOSURE TO AMAZON DEFORESTATION IN REPORTED SALE BY...

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Open letter on the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT)

-Press release-en, Strengthen economic actors' obligatons and responsibility

Open letter on the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) Dear Ministers, Commissioners, Members of Parliament and of the European Parliament, We are...

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Departure of William Bourdon

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 Sherpa Departure of William BOURDON Paris, November 17, 2019 – Sherpa announces the departure of William Bourdon from the Board of...

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French court narrows charges against Lafarge

-Press release-en, International crimes, Strategic litigation

PRESS RELEASE French court narrows charges against Lafarge Paris, 7 November 2019 – Today, the Investigation Chamber of the Paris Court...

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Samsung’s indictment: Fighting transnational corporation’s human right’s violations through consumer law

-Press release-en, Labor rights and Modern slavery, Sherpa in the media, Strategic litigation

Clara Gonzalez and Marie-Laure Guislain, litigation officers at Sherpa published a blog post ” Samsung’s indictment in France...

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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

-Press release-en, Advocacy, Facilitate access to justice, International crimes, Strategic litigation

Press release French court rejects ECCHR and SHERPA’s admissibility in the Lafarge/Syria case. Organizations to appeal decision at...

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