Dark Webs: Uncovering those behind forced labour on commerical fishing fleets
November 15th, 2023
A new report by the Financial Transparency Coalition and members finds that 22.5% of industrial and semi-industrial fishing vessels accused of forced labour were owned by European companies, topped by Spain, Russia and UK firms, although the majority of companies are from Asia, especially Chinese. The report entitled “Dark webs: uncovering those behind forced labour on
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Profit before people and planet
December 21st, 2022
To contribute to bringing about transformative change in the industrial mining industry, this report demonstrates how state tax policies and corporate short-term profit maximisation are two key underlying drivers of the unsustainable exploitation of the Brazilian Amazon and its peoples by industrial bauxite mining. Specifically, this report contributes to a better understanding of the magnitude
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Recovery at a Crossroads: How Countries Spent Covid-19 Funds
September 23rd, 2022
A new report found that 38 percent of Covid-19 recovery funds in 21 developing countries went to big corporations instead of social protection, smaller businesses and informal workers. The new report by the Financial Transparency Coalition (FTC) and partners entitled “Recovery at a Crossroads: how countries spent Covid-19 funds” also found that one-third less money
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