The human rights lies of Coal India Limited
Coal India’s sustainability reports for 2015-16 and 2014-15 also feature the same line: “We don’t have any reported case of human rights violation”.
Business and Human Rights
Protecting indigenous rights in central India
Adivasis, indigenous communities in India, constitute about 8% of India’s population. They rely on their lands and forests for their livelihoods. Coal mining and other business activities have unlawfully displaced hundreds of Adivasi people in central India. We are standing up for their rights.
Jharkhand: Book ban is a setback for freedom of expression
The Jharkhand government’s decision to ban a collection of short stories by an Adivasi writer and suspend him from his government job for allegedly hurting people’s sentiments is a worrying attack on freedom of expression
Communities affected by Jharkhand coal mine not adequately consulted
Operations by India’s state-owned National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) and its private partners in the Pakri Barwadih coal mine in Hazaribagh, Jharkhand are being undertaken without adequately consulting affected communities
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