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  • E9: The OMV Case and Rethinking CSR

    E9: The OMV Case and Rethinking CSR

    Around the world, there are more and more cases involving companies’ complicity in human rights abuses. In the Sudan operation, Lundin cooperated with two companies: Petronas of Malaysia and OMV from Austria. An Austrian NGO has just filed a complaint against OMV, accusing them of crimes in South Sudan together with Lundin. Much of the…

  • OMV AG executives accused of complicity in war crimes 

    OMV AG executives accused of complicity in war crimes 

    Prosecutor requested to open a criminal investigation  The Austrian Centre for the Enforcement of Human Rights International (CEHRI) and the Duitch peace movement PAX have submitted on 23 April a criminal complaint against former senior executives of OMV AG for aiding and abetting war crimes. They are requesting  the Austrian prosecution to open a criminal investigation.…

  • Norwegian financial institutions oppose Aker BP’s human rights conduct

    Norwegian financial institutions oppose Aker BP’s human rights conduct

    Two of Norway’s largest financial institutions, KLP and Storebrand, believe that Aker BP should engage with Orrön Energy (formerly Lundin Energy) and seek assurances that South Sudanese victims of war crimes can access their right to remedy. During Aker BP’s 2024 shareholders meeting on 30 April, the two major investors voted in favour of a resolution…

  • The Defence Fail to Use Their Days in Court  – Updates from the Court

    The Defence Fail to Use Their Days in Court  – Updates from the Court

    The defence lawyers used only 29 out of the 47 days in court they had requested for their presentation of facts. This undercuts their argument that they had no time to properly prepare a defence against the civil claims of the plaintiffs. The prosecution finished its presentation of facts on 8 November, after 23 days…

  • E8: Was the World Silent?

    E8: Was the World Silent?

    The defense is arguing that Lundins business in Sudan was accepted by the international community. The UN did not intervene, nor did the EU. Is that true? Was the world silent?  We decided to take a closer look at who spoke out to stop the atrocities and who kept quiet. We also discuss how the…

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