Author: Administrateur Sherpa

A judicial investigation is opened in Luxembourg to shed light on the ill-gotten gains of Lebanese leaders

Addressing the root causes of poverty and resource deprivation in developing countries, Front page, Press release-en

Paris, January 17, 2022 – A judicial investigation has been opened by the Luxembourg justice system following the complaint filed by...

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Sherpa’s contribution to “Human Rights Litigation against Multinationals in Practice”

Front page, Legal Doctrine Articles

In a collective book published by Oxford University Press, Sandra Cossart and Lucie Chatelain provide an analysis of different cases...

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CSOs and labour unions call for the EU to confront systemic flaws of private social auditing and glaring accountability gaps.

Front page, Labor rights and Modern slavery, Non classé-en, Press release-en

In an open letter, 15 human rights organisations and labour unions, including Sherpa, are jointly urging EU policymakers, including Didier...

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NGOs call out to Perenco: end the opacity to put a stop to the impunity of the multinational

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

Paris, 28 July 2021 – In a letter made public today, Sherpa, Friends of the Earth France and Avocats sans Frontières call the oil...

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Rafale Deal Has ‘Systemic Elements Of International Corruption’, Against Indian National Interest: French NGO

Corruption and embezzlement advocacy, Corruption and embezzlement litigation, Front page, Non classé-en, Sherpa in the media

A 59,000-crore contract for 36 Rafale fighter jets is ‘troubling’, ‘suspicious’ and its conditions were ‘to the detriment’ of...

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Lafarge/Syria: French Supreme Court decision postponed to 7 September 2021

Front page, International crimes, Press release-en, Strengthening corporate accountability litigation

Paris/Berlin, 15 July 2021 – Today, the French Supreme Court (Cour de cassation) was expected to issue its decision in the case...

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