Lafarge Holcim’s reputation at risk over alleged links with Isis

-Non classé-en, International crimes, Strategic litigation

Publish in Financial Times, March 19th Company rejects ‘concept’ of terrorist financing and says employee safety ‘priority’...

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Lafarge admits having provided funds to armed groups in Syria

-Press release-en, International crimes, Strategic litigation

Paris – March 2nd, 2017 Following our complaint for financing terrorism and complicity in war crimes and crimes against humanity on...

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Lafarge admits having provided funds to armed groups in Syria

-Press release-en, International crimes, Strategic litigation

Published on France 24 on March 2nd 2017 Marie-Laure Guislain, head of litigation at Sherpa, answers on France 24 about Lafarge’s...

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LafargeHolcim admits to ‘unacceptable’ activity in Syria

-Thematic press-monitoring-en

Publié dans le Financial Times, le 2 mars 2017, par Ralph Atkins, Michael Stothard et Harriet Agnew Cement group paid third parties for...

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France adopts corporate duty of vigilance law: a first historic step towards better human rights and environmental protection

-Press release-en, Advocacy, Strengthening corporate accountability

22 February 2017: The French Parliament adopted a much-awaited law establishing a duty of vigilance obligation for parent and...

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OPEN DATA : the extractive industries case-study

Research and Studies

A spate of scandals hit the headlines in 2016, revealing the way in which some major companies have been involved in corruption, money...

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Multinational Corporations’ Duty of Care: One Step Closer to the Final Adoption of the Bill

-Press release-en, Advocacy, Strengthening corporate accountability

Wednesday, 30th November 2016 – Yesterday, the Members of the French National Assembly passed the Bill on the duty of care of parent...

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French company Lafarge sued for Financing ISIS and Complicity in War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity in Syria

-Press release-en, International crimes, Strategic litigation

Paris, 15th November 2016 Sherpa and the ECCHR (European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights), as well as 11 complainants who are...

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French company Lafarge sued for Financing ISIS and Complicity in War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity in Syria

International crimes, Strategic litigation

Sherpa and the ECCHR (European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights), as well as 11 complainants who are former Syrian employees,...

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Ill- gotten gains : Teodoro Obiang has been referred to court

-Press release-en, Corruption and embezzlement, Strategic litigation

Paris, 7th September 2016. The order to refer the son of the Equatorial Guinea President’s Teodoro NGUEMA OBIANG MANGUE to the criminal...

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FIFA World cup 2022 : modern slavery in Qatar

Labor rights and Modern slavery, Strategic litigation

Country: Qatar Company targeted: Vinci An overview of the facts and proceedings…  In recent years, Qatar has undertaken a...

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Opening of the Defamation Suit Brought by Vinci against Sherpa in the Case of the Qatar Construction Sites

-Press release-en, Advocacy, Protecting the public debate

Paris, June 22nd 2016 On Thursday June 23rd, the suit brought by VINCI Construction Grands Projets and its Qatari subsidiary QDVC against...

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Business and human rights: the world is still waiting for action

-Press release-en, Advocacy, Strengthening corporate accountability

Business and human rights: the world is still waiting for action The international community adopted the UN Guiding Principles on Business...

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Vote at the French National Assembly of the Sapin II bill : a mixed statement

-Press release-en, Advocacy, Corruption and embezzlement

Paris, 9 June 2016   After the ‘Sapin II’ Bill was examined by the French National Assembly from 6 to 9 June, some progress was...

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