Actualités – Entreprises et droits de l’Homme

Third Multi-Stakeholder Conference on Business and Human Rights in Tanzania stresses the need for awareness, stakeholder engagement and a National Action Plan

On the 17th of February 2021, around 80 key stakeholders from civil society, communities, business and government agencies from Tanzania mainland and Zanzibar gathered at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Dar es Salaam for the third annual multi-stakeholder conference on Business & Human Rights in Tanzania. This event was organised by the Tanzanian Commission for Human Rights

Workshop Tanzania

Discussing Business and Human Rights in Tanzania: stakeholder workshops

On 16 February 2021, Business and Human Rights Tanzania (BHRT), the International Peace Information Service (IPIS) and the Commission for Human Rights and good Goverance (CHRAGG) held a series of bilateral consultations and workshops with civil society and business stakeholders in preparation of the third annual Multi-stakeholder Conference on Business and Human Rights in Tanzania,

We need to talk about diamonds

Les diamants de conflits sont réels, les vraies discussions sont rares

IPIS est membre de la Coalition de la Société Civile du Processus de Kimberley qui œuvre pour l’amélioration des droits des communautés touchées par l’extraction des diamants. Une nouvelle vidéo de la Coalition souligne que les diamants de conflits ne sont pas une chose du passé. La vidéo montre aux bijoutiers les témoignages de Progress,

Agoria Academy Supply Chain Due Diligence

Agoria Academy on Supply Chain Due Diligence

On the first of January 2021 the EU Regulation on Responsible Minerals entered into force. It is hence high time for businesses in Europe to prepare for the mandatory due diligence requirements of the Regulation. On 21st of January IPIS delivered a half-day training session to members of Agoria, the federation for the Belgian technology

EU Conflicts Minerals Regulation

The relevance of the EU Conflict Minerals Regulation for 3TG producing countries

The EU Conflict Minerals Regulation will come into force on January 1, 2021. From this date, European 3TG importers will need to carry out due diligence to identify, manage and report on risks in their supply chains. Concerned companies, the Member State Competent Authorities, the EU Commission and producing countries all need to make the

Second multi-stakeholder dialogue on Business and Human Rights in Tanzania urges focus on “the human rights impact of large infrastructure projects”.

Dar es Salaam, 18 March 2020 For the second time, Business and Human Rights Tanzania (BHRT), the Tanzanian Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRAGG) and the International Peace Information Service (IPIS) brought together key stakeholders from civil society, the business community and various government agencies from Tanzania mainland and Zanzibar for an annual

Launch of the second “Voices from Tanzania” series: Business and Human Rights studies with a focus on land rights and environment

In 2019, Business and Human Rights Tanzania (BHRT), the Tanzanian Commission of Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRAGG) and the International Peace Information Service (IPIS) will collaborate again with Tanzanian civil society organisations in its partner series “Voices from Tanzania”. In its the first volume , the “Voices from Tanzania” publication covered a diverse range

Le Processus de Kimberley doit progresser dans la négociation de la réforme sur les violences liées aux diamants ou risque des pertes de revenus et de crédibilité

14 juin 2019 Alors que l’Inde se prépare à accueillir à Mumbai (17 au 21 juin), la dernière réunion intersessionnelle du cycle de réforme du Processus de Kimberley (PK), la Coalition de la Société civile du PK (CSC PK) exhorte les États à faire progresser les discussions et à mandater le PK du traitement de

Data sharing on the socio-economic and human rights impact of mining in Tanzania

Tanzania, May 2019   Since January 2017, IPIS has been working on a project to map the socio-economic and human rights impact of mining in northwest Tanzania. This project is supported by the Belgian development cooperation under a programme on human rights and digitisation. By using mobile technologies such as mobile data collection, GIS mapping, mobile

Multi-stakeholder dialogue on Business and Human Rights in Tanzania identifies ‘land rights and environment’ as priority topic

Dodoma, 21 March 2019.       Over 60 key stakeholders from civil society, business and government agencies from Tanzania mainland and Zanzibar gathered at the Royal Village Hotel, Dodoma for the first annual multi-stakeholder dialogue on Business and Human Rights. This event was organized by the Tanzanian Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRAGG),

La coalition de la Société Civile du Processus Kimberley demande à tous les membres d’améliorer la gouvernance globale des diamants.

14 novembre 2018 Cette année, la réforme est prioritaire dans l’agenda de la session plénière du processus Kimberley présidé par l’UE. Le processus Kimberley, autrefois pionnier dans l’effort tripartite d’arrêter le financement de groupes rebelles par le diamant, peine aujourd’hui à fournir une réponse adéquate à une série de défis actuels relatifs aux droits de

Training workshop: “Field Research and Report Writing on Business and Human Rights”

At the start of August 2018, five Tanzanian civil society organisations gathered in Dar es Salaam for a three-day training on field research and report writing. The training forms part of the EU-funded project ‘Improving monitoring, research and dialogue on Business & Human Rights in Tanzania’ which is implemented by IPIS, the Tanzanian Commission for

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