7 de noviembre de 2016 | Entrevistas | Agua | Observatorio transnacionales | Acaparamiento de tierras | Anti-neoliberalismo | Derechos humanos | Género | Industrias extractivas | Semana de Movilizaciones en Ginebra
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Lack of information and illiteracy suffered by local communities in Mozambique are deepened and exploited by big transnational corporations in order to take over lands and water, denounced the activist of the World March of Women in that country, Suzete Marques.
In an interview with Real World Radio in Geneva, Switzerland, Suzete talked about how large foreign companies are attempting against the sovereignty of local populations and end up deciding over their ways of living.
Interviewed at the end of October in the framework of the negotiations for a binding treaty on transnational corporations and human rights, the feminist activist highlighted the case of Vale in Mozambique, the many cases of abuses and the need for an international treaty to face the attacks by big companies.
Suzete said that good national laws in her country have not been enough to protect the environment and human rights and that is why a global binding treaty is necessary.
Imagen: Víctor Barro, Friends of the Earth International
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