EU sanctions against two major Myanmar military conglomerates are welcome, but more action is needed
Response to the announcement today of EU sanctions against two military-controlled companies, along with ten members of the military ‘State Administration Council’
“Big blow” for advertising on social media - new polling in France and Germany finds majority oppose personal information being used to target them with advertising on digital platforms
New polling of regular social media users in Germany and France reveals that 83% of people don’t want their personal data used to target them with political ads.
Global Witness welcomes UK and US sanctions on Myanmar military businesses
The United Kingdom and United States have today announced sanctions against Myanmar military conglomerate Myanma Economic Holdings Public Company Limited
Global Witness and 148 other organisations call on Chevron to ensure oil and gas projects in Myanmar are not financing military
Today Global Witness joined 148 other organizations in Myanmar and internationally in calling for US oil and gas giant Chevron to ensure that money from its projects in Myanmar does not help finance the murderous military regime that took power in a coup d’état on 1 February
Open letter: Chevron's business operations in Myanmar
We, the undersigned organizations and concerned individuals, call on Chevron and its partners to ensure that payments of royalties and other revenues are not made to Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise until the legitimate and democratically elected government is returned
EU sanctions on individuals responsible for Myanmar’s military coup must go further and target the junta’s economic interests
Today’s announcement of European Union sanctions on 11 members of Myanmar’s military junta are a disappointingly weak and belated response to the February 1 coup
Acquittal of Shell and Eni in corruption trial “a stain on Italy”
Joint statement on the Shell/ Eni verdict from Global Witness, Corner House, HEDA & Re:Common
Shell and Eni verdict: Not the final word on this scandal
NGOs and activists are today disappointed and outraged as Shell and Eni - two of the worlds biggest polluters - were found not guilty of corruption relating to the purchase of a Nigerian oilfield, in a Milan trial.
Accountability groups file first of its kind FTC complaint against Chevron for misleading consumers on climate action
The complaint claims that Chevron is consistently misrepresenting its image to appear climate-friendly and racial justice-oriented, while its business operations overwhelmingly rely on climate-polluting fossil fuels, which disproportionately harm communities of color.
Energy firm on trial for vast corruption granted high level EU access to lobby for fossil gas
Global Witness finds that Eni's CEO was granted access to EU Ministers whilst corruption trial ongoing
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