BIC's mission is to empower citizens in developing countries to influence Multilateral Development Bank financed operations and policies in a manner that fosters social justice and ecological sustainability.
The CNCA unites environmental and human rights NGOs, faith groups, labour unions, and research and solidarity groups across Canada who are advocating for federal legislation to establish mandatory corporate accountability standards for Canadian extractive companies operating abroad, especially in developing countries.
Export credit agencies (ECAs) have as big, if not bigger, impacts on the growth of irresponsible corporate globalization and national debt in the global south as better-known institutions like the World Bank and WTO.
Comprised of a majority of First Nations and Tribal Councils in BC; provides a forum for First Nations in British Columbia to address issues related to Treaty negotiations as well as other issues of common concern.
The Framework for Responsible Mining is a joint effort by NGOs, retailers, investors, insurers, and technical experts working in the minerals sector. It outlines environmental, human rights, and social issues associated with mining and mined products.