Campaign updates

Since the launch of the Open for justice campaign in 2013, over 100,000 Canadians have taken action!

Stay tuned for information about our next events and calls to action.

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Take action this November!

09 November, 2018

It’s been 10 months since the Government of Canada announced that it would create an ombudsperson. Communities negatively affected by Canadian mining companies around the world are still waiting. Take action and urge the Canadian government to get moving on its promise.

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Upcoming CNCA member events

12 September, 2018

October 11 Business and Human Rights Ideas Conference in Montreal

Canadian civil society organizations and legal scholars are invited to participate in this thought-provoking, dynamic and informative day long workshop hosted by the Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability. Guest speakers include Adriana Espinosa, European Coalition for Corporate Justice. For more information and to register

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Canada is Recruiting its first Business and Human Rights Ombudsperson

19 June, 2018

Canada is recruiting its first Business and Human Rights Ombudsperson. Review of applications will begin on June 26, 2018.

For more information about this position, click here.

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CNCA is hiring a part time Communications Officer

09 March, 2018

 

CNCA is hiring a part time Communications Officer. If you are a highly driven self-starter with excellent English writing skills, experience driving communications strategies using web-based and social media platforms, and are dedicated to human rights then please consider joining our dynamic team!

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From Guatemala to Zambia, people affected by Canadian mining plea for a Human Rights Ombudsperson for Extractive Industries

03 March, 2017

From Guatemala to Zambia, people affected by Canadian mining plea for a Human Rights Ombudsperson for Extractive Industries

They’re asking: will Canada be Open for Justice or only for business?

Read their letters. And then, send your own:

BHR HRD portal

 

 

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New law would create Human Rights Ombudsperson to investigate violations associated with Canadian mining, oil and gas operations overseas

02 November, 2016

Ottawa, Nov 2, 2016 – The Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability released today detailed model legislation, providing the Canadian government with a blueprint for how to create an effective human rights ombudsperson in the extractive sector.

 

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