Beatings, framings and industrial chicken farms: a human rights briefing on MHP projects and international public finance in Ukraine
Briefing | 5 May 2017
Ukrainian company Myronivsky Hliboproduct PJSC (MHP) is a long-term client of both the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the World Bank Group’s International Finance Corporation. MHP development has faced local opposition in a number of communities. Activists leading the opposition to MHP operations seem to have been framed for drug-related offences and/or beaten. Information on the incidents listed below is available in the public domain, however, they show only the tip of the iceberg.
Theme: Social and economic impacts
Tags: MHP | agribusiness | agriculture | harassment | human rights
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