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Getting it Wrong: Flawed ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’ and Misrepresentations Surrounding Total and Chevron’s Yadana Gas Pipeline in Military-Ruled Burma

By EarthRights International  •  September 1, 2009

Based on seven years of research, this report describes Total and Chevron’s public relations endeavors, including impact assessments commissioned by the companies since 2002. ERI presents evidence proving that Total lied to the public when it claimed that the International Labour Organization certified that the company eradicated forced labor in its project area. The report also illustrates the flaws in the  two companies’ impact assessments.

Download the full report in English.

Download the summary and recommendations in Burmese or French.

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This post is in: Business and Human Rights, Environmental and Economic Justice

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