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The Glyphosate War

The Glyphosate War

When the legal documents of the trial against Monsanto regarding glyphosate (Roundup, herbicide) were published, we were asked to review the material. This consists of 54 documents, hundreds of pages + 31 related documents. This is part of our continuing discussion on...

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Trade and Human (Rights) Development

 The yearly European Development Days took place at the beginning of June in Brussels. For 2 days, the participants were able to participate in debates that tackled different aspects of the development promoted by the European Union (EU).  It is this understanding...

Dodging development : trade mispricing

One of the reasons African countries miss out on the opportunities of globalization is the existence of huge financial outflows that are draining African economies of much duly needed financial resources that could otherwise be used to spur investment in local...

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TRANSPARENCY RULES: SHEDDING LIGHT ON OBSCURITY?

The European Parliament has voted on enhancing the transparency of tax payments made by multinationals in different countries. A broad majority of MEPs[1] introduced public, country by country reporting (CBCR), obliging companies with a revenue of 750 million € to...

Koudiadiène: a case in progress

     First field survey of the secretariat : May 2014 In May 2014, the secretariat went for a first time to the villages of Koudiadiène et Thiafathie. A member of the network had notified the secretariat about mining activity in the region and its impacts on the local...

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Video: The Impacts of Large Scale Farming in Tanzania

Land grabbing has become a recurring phenomenon in Africa but the situation in Tanzania is a disaster; from the northern part of the country where about 40,000 of the Maasai tribe were said to have been evicted from their ancestral land to enable the Dubai Royal...

Video: The Impacts of Large Scale Farming in Tanzania

Land grabbing has become a recurring phenomenon in Africa but the situation in Tanzania is a disaster; from the northern part of the country where about 40,000 of the Maasai tribe were said to have been evicted from their ancestral land to enable the Dubai Royal...

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The Glyphosate War

When the legal documents of the trial against Monsanto regarding glyphosate (Roundup, herbicide) were published, we were asked to review the material. This consists of 54 documents, hundreds of pages + 31 related documents. This is part of our continuing discussion on...

POOR QUALITY MEDICINES IN THE DRC

The international organisation, Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), announced in an article published on 17th January 2017 in the magazine Lancet Global Health that in 2015 more than 1000 people in an isolated part of the DRC had to be hospitalised after being poisoned by...

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A BURST OF FRESH AIR – FROM HAMBURG AND TANZANIA

AEFJN stands with the G20 on the outcome of the July 7-8 Hamburg Summit on Climate and Energy. We welcome, in particular, the position of the “G19” on “the irreversibility” of the 2015 Paris Agreement. It demonstrates that we can still get it right with our choice of...

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UN JAILLISSEMENT D’AIR FRAIS VENU DE HAMBOURG ET DE TANZANIE

AEFJN est d’accord avec le G20 pour le résultat du Sommet sur le climat et l’énergie tenu à Hambourg les 7 et 8 juillet. Nous saluons en particulier la position du “G19” sur “l’irréversibilité” de l’Accord de Paris de 2015. Elle prouve que nous pouvons encore réussir...

A BURST OF FRESH AIR – FROM HAMBURG AND TANZANIA

AEFJN stands with the G20 on the outcome of the July 7-8 Hamburg Summit on Climate and Energy. We welcome, in particular, the position of the “G19” on “the irreversibility” of the 2015 Paris Agreement. It demonstrates that we can still get it right with our choice of...

Is Black Africa still in bad shape?

The title of this book by René Dumont caused scandal in 1962 and made an impression on all the students of the time. What about today? At the end of May, the African Development Bank (AfDB) published a report according to which 18 out of 54 countries have reached...