Author: Administrateur Sherpa

EU countries should say no to the CSAR mass surveillance proposal

Front page, Press release-en, Protecting the public debate advocacy

September 13, 2023 – EU countries are preparing to agree their position on the draft EU Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) Regulation, commonly...

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Focus on: Can the proposed European directive on environmental crime increase prosecutions and sanctions for multinationals?

Advocacy, Environment and Climate, Legal Doctrine Articles, Research and Studies

13 September 2023 – In December 2021, the European Commission published a proposal to revise the Directive on the protection of the...

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Deforestation in Amazon: Despite the sale of some of its assets, the Casino Group will have to face justice

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

Paris / Bogotá / São Paulo – 10 July 2023 – Burdened with a debt of more than $6 billion the French retail group Casino is...

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Climate change trial against TotalEnergies: action brought by associations and local authorities deemed inadmissible, a worrying ruling

Front page, Press release-en

Paris, 6 July 2023 – In the climate litigation brought against TotalEnergies by a coalition of associations and local authorities...

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[Opinion] Journalist associations call for action against SLAPP proceedings

Advocacy, Protecting the public debate advocacy, Sherpa in the media

In recent months, judicial attacks on the freedom of expression of journalists, activists and NGOs have multiplied in France and represent...

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Climate change: new step in TotalEnergies case

Environment and Climate, Front page, Press release-en

Paris, 30 May, 2023 – This wednesday, a first hearing will take place before the Paris judicial court in the climate change litigation...

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Directive on corporate Due Diligence: Conservative MEPs go against citizens’ expectations

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

Paris, 12 April 2023 – Two weeks before a decisive vote is due to take place at the European Parliament on the Corporate...

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[Opinion] Public Beneficial Ownership: Can the European Court of Human Rights save financial transparency?

Laundering advocacy, Legal Doctrine Articles, Sherpa in the media, Tax evasion Advocacy

Jean-Philippe Foegle, Advocacy and Litigation Officer at Sherpa comments for Business & Human Rights Resource Centre on the European...

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War in Yemen: France’s highest administrative court refuses to examine the legality of arms sales

Front page, International crimes, Press release-en

Paris, 6 February 2023 – France’s highest administrative court rejected on 27 January 2023 the appeal of several NGOs asking for...

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Focus on: Environmental issues under the proposed European Directive on the Duty of Vigilance

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

October 2022 – Last February, the European Commission published a proposal for a Directive on “corporate sustainability due...

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