Category Archive for: The Hague

ISDS: How the global system of corporate impunity is affecting the Human Rights of indigenous and peasant populations in the Ecuadorian Amazon

Last year, on August 30th 2018, a Panel of Private Arbitrators, based in The Hague (Netherlands, EU), composed of three private arbitrators, issued a ruling that could represent an ill-fated precedent for humanity. Through a lawsuit between the Ecuadorian state and the US multinational Chevron, the panel intends to annul a sentence, issued by a…

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ARBITRAL AWARD IS INAPPLICABLE TO ECUADORIAN PLAINTIFFS

Lago Agrio, September 10, 2018.- Once the arbitration award regarding the lawsuit that the oil company Chevron pursued against the Ecuadorian State – known as Chevron III – has been made public, members of the UDAPT stated that it is not the first time this Arbitral Tribunal issues rulings that cannot be complied with, in…

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