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Here’s everything you need to join the fight for justice.
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In the 80s, the Swedish company Boliden Mineral AB dumped nearly 20,000 tonnes of toxic waste on the open earth beside the town of Arica in Chile. The public was uninformed of the dangers, and a playground was built on the hill of arsenic, mercury, cadmium and lead. Their children deserved better.
When a fire broke out in a textile factory in Karachi, Pakistan, it was clear that it had never been a safe place to work. That wasn't even the first fatal fire that had ever broken out in a factory producing textiles for the German company KIK. The surviving family members found the courage to take KIK to court.
Three women, three territories, the veins of Latin America remain very much open to foreign exploitation. The US-based Newmont Mining Corporation tried to steal Maxima Acuna's land. The Dutch Development Bank ignored a letter from Berta Caceres asking them to withdrawal shortly before she was assassinated for her opposition to the project. The German auditor TUV SUD certified a dam holding mining waste as "safe" just before it collapsed on the community of Brumadinho, Brazil.
Ahead of European Parliament final negotiations, we’re touring European cities with a giant statue of Lady Justice being stabbed in the back, to build public pressure on policymakers to close loopholes in an EU law that holds corporations accountable. The statue represents the betrayal of justice by politicians willing to let reckless big business make huge profits by sacrificing public interest.
Tell your national lawmaker who is responsible for this law for business accountability to make sure it delivers justice for victims and the climate.
Add your voice to this movement. Sign on to show you support our 10 demands and you will be contacted to participate in digital actions at key political moments so that leaders know we’re watching.
More than ever, we need Members of the European Parliament to deliver justice in global supply chains. Head to Twitter and tell your MEP why you want them to deliver a solid law for justice across the globe.
This is a crucial moment for a law that can truly deliver justice in global supply chains.
February 9 the environmental committee voted for strong environmental and climate obligations for corporations, thanks to thousands of people like you who wrote to their representative in the European Parliament.
Following a three day meeting of our coalition in Brussels, we gathered in front of the European Parliament on the fourth anniversary of the mining dam collapse in Brumadinho, Brazil that killed 272 people from the community. The mine had been certified as safe by a German auditor. We asked the European Parliament to make sure this never happens again.
Tell your national decision makers that we need certain elements for this to be a strong law that truly delivers justice. Tweet at them with a video.
On the day we launched our campaign, we brought our scales of justice and the white stones with messages from citizens to Schuman square. Three members of European Parliament came out to read the stone messages and show support. The launch of the campaign was mentioned in a debate inside the European Parliament. The launch was in major EU news sites Euractiv and Politico.
Together with the Belgian climate movement Rise for Climate, we brought our scales of justice to a climate protest. We asked citizens to signs white stones with their messages for justice, and to add them to tip the scales in favor of justice over gold. We spoke at the rally about the harm of European corporations and the need for binding obligations for business on human rights, environment and climate.