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Corporate Social Responsibility & Human Rights. A critical review of the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights for implementing the UN “Protect, Respect and Remedy” Framework

Introduction

Over the recent decades, corporations have impressively increased their potential. Their exponential growth and enlarged powers, due to a privatization process, has impacted economic, political and social affairs around the globe. 1,597 more words

Human Rights

RT: 25,000 killed, 500,000 poisoned: Bhopal demands justice 30 yrs after world’s worst chem disaster

Published time: December 03, 2014 15:04

Hundreds have marched through the city of Bhopal on the 30th anniversary of the world’s deadliest industrial disaster. People are demanding stricter punishments for those responsible and bigger compensation payments for those affected. 699 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

Bhopal: An Unending Quest.

“It was bad. Horrible. People were running everywhere and the gas masked our eyes. Nothing was visible. It was like somebody has put lots of chilli and salt in our eyes. 2,510 more words

Pain

Beware of the Customers

My friend Jackie McLean is a fellow writer, who also used to run a pet shop. She had told me plenty of hilarious anecdotes about her workplace, so when we decided to do a blog swap (my question and answer post will appear on… 913 more words

Writing News

Bhopal: Why build a toxic factory in a city?

“I offer up a thousand thanks to the all-powerful God who has granted that Bhopal enjoy the signal protection of Her Imperial Majesty so that the brilliance of Western science may shine forth upon our land …” proclaimed Bhopal’s Begum Shah Jahan had declared. 1,764 more words

Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal Union Carbide Criminal Warren Andersen Dead!

Notorious criminal Warren Andersen, under whose stewardship the biggest killer gas leak happened in the Central Indian city of Bhopal had died in Florida, USA. 233 more words

Breakingnews

Book Review: Indra Sinha’s “Animal’s People”

The names Chernobyl, Minamata and Bhopal serve as powerful reminders of the damage that humans can cause others through the careless pursuit of progress and a callous disregard for the well-being of the victims when things go terribly wrong. 1,506 more words