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Search for 'ravensdown' returned 15 hits:

20.06 - 2017.   Category: News archive
Isle of Man shipping company exits Western Sahara until settlementic_mollymanxnz2017_610.jpgThe Isle of Man shipping company LT Ugland stated to media today that it will not undertake further shipments from Western Sahara to New Zealand.
03.05 - 2017.   Category: Archive 2017
Plunder vessel detained in South Africa on way to New Zealandic_newzealand610.jpgA bulk vessel was Tuesday this week detained in the South African port of Port Elizabeth for carrying phosphate rock plundered from occupied Western Sahara.
24.11 - 2016.   Category: Archive 2016
Beaten for protesting these importers of controversial phosphateic_complaint_1_phosphate_police_violence_610x200.jpgThree Saharawis have submitted a complaint against police brutality following their protest against companies that import phosphate rock from their occupied homeland.
29.03 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
NZ fertiliser importers defend their importsThe New Zealand Fertiliser Association, representing the controversial importing companies in New Zealand is quoted by national TV that they are "aware of what's happening in Western Sahara but that's no reason not to use phosphate rock from the area".


05.03 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
WSRW letter to Ravensdown, 6 February 2015
04.06 - 2014.   Category: Archive 2014
Correspondence with New Zealand's RavensdownThe New Zealand does not wish to clarify its trade relations with occupied Western Sahara, nor to explain what it has done to seek the consent of the people of the territory.
27.12 - 2012.   Category: Archive 2012
New Zealand importers Christmas plunderingic_new_zealand_610.jpgTwo vessels are about to arrive New Zealand with phosphates from occupied Western Sahara.
03.01 - 2011.   Category: Archive 2011
New Zealand underwater mining could replace Sahara importsPhosphate mining 400 meters under the sea could start replacing New Zealand imports of Western Sahara phosphate rock already in 2013.
01.01 - 2011.   Category: Archive 2011
New vessel to PCSThe leading importer of phosphates from occupied Western Sahara, US/Canadian firm PCS, has received yet another vessel.
20.06 - 2010.   Category: Archive 2010
Busy imports to New Zealand from the occupied territoryic_lyttleton_20.06.2010_510.jpgTwo vessels have this week-end been offloading phosphates in New Zealand originating from occupied Western Sahara. Today, one of the ships is offloading the valuable product at the harbour of Northport.
22.06 - 2009.   Category: Archive 2009
Unethical Kiwi firms keep straight aheadic_ballance8_610.jpgDespite protests, the New Zealand fertilizer companies Ravensdown and Ballance Agri-Nutrients keep up their unethical imports of phosphates from occupied Western Sahara. Ballance received a shipment last month, while Ravensdown is expecting its next cargo mid-July.
25.10 - 2008.   Category: Archive 2008
Two vessels on their way to New ZealandTwo bulk vessels filled with phosphates from occupied Western Sahara are within the next weeks arriving New Zealand.
19.05 - 2008.   Category: Archive 2008
New Zealand’s illegal trade in North Africa"For now, and unlike its stance on East Timor, New Zealand prefers to cut deals with the occupying power that has long been denying the right of Africa’s last colony to full self determination under the UN Charter. " Read article by Scoop journalist Gordon Campbell on the New Zealand participation in the Western Sahara resource plundering.
12.05 - 2008.   Category: Archive 2008
Scoop: Sealord, not Law’edic_hook_610.jpgHow ironic that Sealord – half owned by Maori business interests - was being denounced on RNZ this morning by foreign human rights agencies for co-exploiting the fisheries resources of the indigenous people of Western Sahara.
16.09 - 2007.   Category: Countries
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Morocco occupies the major part of its neighbouring country, Western Sahara. Entering into business deals with Moroccan companies or authorities in the occupied territories gives an impression of political legitimacy to the occupation. It also gives job opportunities to Moroccan settlers and income to the Moroccan government. Western Sahara Resource Watch demands foreign companies leave Western Sahara until a solution to the conflict is found.
Stand up for the Gdeim Izik 25!

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Leading activists from Western Sahara are condemned to sentences ranging from 20 years to life imprisonment in connection to a mass protest in 2010 denouncing the Saharawi people’s social and economic marginalization in their occupied land; the Gdeim Izik protest camp.
Support Western Sahara Resource Watch

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Help us to protect the natural resources of Western Sahara for the Saharawi people. Support our work by making a donation.
Report: Moroccan green energy used for plunder

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At COP22, beware of what you read about Morocco’s renewable energy efforts. An increasing part of the projects take place in the occupied territory of Western Sahara and is used for mineral plunder, new WSRW report documents.
The Western Sahara oil curse

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Big oil’s interest in occupied Western Sahara has taken a dramatic turn for the worse. Some companies are now drilling, in complete disregard of international law and the Saharawi people’s rights. Here’s what you need to know.

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