Category Archives: Human Rights

G4S and their human rights problem

G4S and their human rights problem Clare Sambrook 6 June 2013 Subjects: G4S: securing whose world? Protesters disrupt security company’s annual meeting. A jury questions the death of a detainee. Spooks and Big Money mingle with ministers at Bilderberg. Scenes … Continue reading

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G4S accused over links to Palestinian ‘torture’ death jail

G4S accused over links to Palestinian ‘torture’ death jail 25 February 2013 Company told to end complicity with unlawful Israeli detention of prisoners Campaigners today called for the British private security corporation G4S to be held to account for its … Continue reading

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Oversight Mechanism Will Promote and Advance Private Security Contractors’ Respect for Human Rights

Oversight Mechanism Will Promote and Advance Private Security Contractors’ Respect for Human Rights For Immediate Release: February 25, 2013 Washington, DC – In a significant step that will advance private security contractors’ respect for human rights while operating in complex environments … Continue reading

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Militarization of Israel’s Apartheid Wall: Anglo-Danish Security Giant G4S Services Military Checkpoints

Militarization of Israel’s Apartheid Wall: Anglo-Danish Security Giant G4S Services Military Checkpoints G4S equips the apartheid wall, Israel confirms By Global Research News Global Research, December 08, 2012 by Adri Nieuwhof The British-Danish security giant G4S has become the target … Continue reading

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The Privatization of Warfare, Violence and Private Military & Security Companies: A factual and legal approach to human rights abuses by PMSC in Iraq

The Privatization of Warfare, Violence and Private Military & Security Companies: A factual and legal approach to human rights abuses by PMSC in Iraq Jordi Palou – Loverdos I Leticia Armendáriz ABOUT THE AUTHORS

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The Principled Case for Employing Private Military and Security Companies in Interventions for Human Rights Purposes

The Principled Case for Employing Private Military and Security Companies in Interventions for Human Rights Purposes DEANE-PETER BAKER1, JAMES PATTISON2 Article first published online: 16 DEC 2011

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