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  1. UDAPT calls for a “Global Minga” to campaign for an international treaty to hold corporate criminals accountable

    Natsumi Koike
    23 December 2015
    Article

    In a recent Public Forum held in Amsterdam, representatives of the Union of People Affected by Texaco (UDAPT) from Ecuador began their Europe speaking tour with a call for a “Global Minga” to support a treaty that will sanction transnational corporations for their crimes and ensure access to justice for affected communities. 

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    Permanent Peoples' Tribunal on TNCs, 2006

    10 May 2006
    Article
    Peoples' Permanent Tribunal uncovered overwhelming evidence of European TNCs' abuses of human, social, cultural and workers' rights in Latin America, aided and abetted by European governments and institutions.
  3. Haciendo una montaña de un grano de arena: mitos sobre jóvenes y delincuencia en Santa Lucía

    • Marcus Day
    16 December 2014
    Policy briefing

    Los Estados caribeños comparten desafíos comunes en cuanto a la participación de jóvenes en delitos, violencia, bandas y otras actividades consideradas antisociales. A menudo se achaca la culpa al “problema de las drogas”. Este informe pretende demostrar que esa relación es mucho más compleja y que muchas veces se malinterpreta.

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    25th Anniversary of Letelier-Moffitt Assassinations and the US Harbors the Terrorists Who Did it

    Saul Landau
    21 September 2001
    Article

    As our leaders warn countries that harbor terrorists, who will warn our leaders about harboring terrorists here?

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    Bomb Survivors Push US on Pinochet

    Kevin Galbin
    31 October 1998
    Article

    Survivors of a Chilean diplomat and his American aide who were assassinated in Washington by agents of former dictator Pinochet's government are urging the Clinton administration to reopen an investigation of Pinochet's involvement in the attack.

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    The WHO cocaine project

    04 February 2010
    Article

    In 1995 the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) announced in a press release the publication of the results of the largest global study on cocaine use ever undertaken.

  7. The WHO Cocaine Project

    03 March 1995

    In 1995 the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) announced in a press release the publication of the results of the largest global study on cocaine use ever undertaken. A decision in the World Health Assembly banned the publication of the study. The US representative threatened that "if WHO activities relating to drugs failed to reinforce proven drug control approaches, funds for the relevant programmes should be curtailed". This led to the decision to discontinue publication.

  8. Court backs Dutch ruling on coffee shops

    16 December 2010
    Other news

    The European Court of Justice (ECJ) said that a municipal regulation imposed by the city of Maastricht prohibiting local coffee-shop owners from admitting non-residents of the Netherlands was justified as it aimed to reduce drug tourism and public nuisance.

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    World Tribunal on Iraq

    17 November 2005
    Article
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  11. The State of Corporate Power

    Brid Brennan
    22 January 2014
    Article

    Transnational corporations, particularly gas & oil industry, and banking have continued to benefit extraordinarily from the ongoing economic and financial crisis, says Brid Brennan, who presents TNI's State of Power Report 2014 at the Public Eye Awards in Davos.

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    DEMOCRATISATION

    08 August 2006
    Article
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    Peru and drugs: Recommended links

    17 November 2005
    Article

    Recommended websites and documents on Peru and drugs.

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    Pinochet Probers Tout New Evidence

    Vernon Loeb, David A. Vise
    28 May 2000
    Article

    Federal investigators have uncovered evidence that some of them believe is sufficient to indict Gen. Augusto Pinochet for conspiracy to commit murder in the 1976 car bombing that killed Orlando Letelier on Washington's Embassy Row.

  16. Press Conference by Bolivia on Amendment to Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs

    28 January 2011
    Other news

    Bolivia would continue its campaign to remove from a United Nations convention a ban on coca leaf chewing and take its case to the Economic and Social Council, if necessary, Pablo Solón, the country’s Permanent Representative said today at a Headquarters press conference.

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    UN expert calls for a fundamental shift in global drug control policy

    26 October 2010
    Article

    At a press conference in New York on Tuesday 26 October, 2010, at the 65th session of the United Nations General Assembly, one of the UN’s key human rights experts will call for a fundamental rethink of international drug policy. Anand Grover, from India, is the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right of Everyone to the Highest Attainable Standard of Physical and Mental Health, whose mandate is derived from the UN Human Rights Council.

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    Gangs and Governance

    18 May 2006
    Article
  20. Drug law reform in Guatemala

    01 June 2015
    Primer

    Overview of drug policies, drug laws and legislative trends in Guatemala

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