ArcticArctic life, indigenous rights now!
BrazilHands off the Amazon!
Switzerland/China#NoComplicity: Human Rights in China
PeruNo Dirty Gold!
UBS finances controversial agribusinesses
UBS, through its Brazilian investment bank, has co-financed two controversial agribusinesses involved in illegal Amazon deforestation and human rights abuses. Our new research reveals this and shows that a strong corporate responsibility law is needed.
Arctic life, indigenous rights now!
Climate change, melting ice, mining of raw materials as well as criminalisation and human rights violations against indigenous communities: The STP supports indigenous peoples so that they can exercise their rights and protect the Arctic as a habitat and ecosystem.
Hands off the Amazon!
The Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) supports indigenous communities in the Brazilian rainforest, enabling them to protect their habitat from destruction.
#NoComplicity: Human Rights in China
Rights for Uyghur and Tibetan communities – in China and in Switzerland!
No Dirty Gold!
With the "No Dirty Gold!" campaign, the STP is striving to combat dirty gold mining worldwide.
Photo: Daniel Schweizer
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New film and report by the STP
Huge infrastructure projects are planned in the Brazilian Tapajós. In a film and a report, the STP shows the perspectives of the indigenous peoples on the projects and calls Swiss companies to account.
BKW to assume more corporate responsibility in the future
First steps towards more corporate responsibility at BKW: Following pressure from the GfbV, BKW has committed to include the protection of the rights of indigenous communities in its internal guidelines and to improve its due diligence mechanisms. In addition, BKW is introducing opt-out clauses in the event of human rights violations and expanding its complaints mechanisms abroad. This is a clear signal to the entire energy industry towards more corporate responsibility!
Who we are
As an independent international human rights organization, the Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) stands by minorities and indigenous peoples.
We document human rights violations, we inform the public and raise their awareness of human rights issues. And we protect the interests of those affected in dealings with the authorities and decision-makers.
We support local efforts to strengthen the human rights of minorities and indigenous peoples, and work both nationally and internationally with organisations and individuals who pursue similar goals.