The platinum mining industry in South Africa is associated with severe risks for adverse human rights impacts. Swedish companies with ties to the industry fail to adequately disclose how these risks are addressed and...
For the past decade, Swedwatch has investigated social and environmental abuses in connection with Swedish companies’ business activities in developing countries.
A study on the human rights challenges of Finnish-Swedish forest industry group Stora Enso in India shows that safety and workers´rights need more attention.
Tax avoidance is a problem that affects many countries, but creates additional negative effects on efforts to eliminate poverty in developing countries in particular.
The collapse of a factory in Dhaka on April 24th, which killed more than 1100 people, clearly shows that all is not right in the garment industry.
The lack of transparency in relation to the Second Swedish National Pension Fund's, AP2’s, investment in agricultural land in Brazil makes it impossible to examine whether the Fund lives up to its commitment...
Swedwatch has filed two complaints to the Swedish National Contact Point (NCP) in order to ascertain whether Electrolux and Mölnlycke are complying with the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
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