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the Eternit trial report, Torino (Italy)

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Support for Italy's Eternit Victims

I am looking forward to joining members of the International Ban Asbestos Network at a series of events in Turin on March 15 and 16, 2010 to highlight the responsibility of Eternit for asbestos deaths in Europe, Latin America and Asia. The activities which will take place include a rally outside the Court, a press conference, media interviews and an information session. The fact that so many international guests will be coming to Turin to support Eternit's victims and to indict the company's…See More
Mar 4, 2010
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Laurie Kazan-Allen, Coordinator of the International Ban Asbestos Secretariat

April 6 will be a momentous day for asbestos victims all over the world. The trial in Turin is a landmark in the global struggle not only to compensate the people whose lives have been devestated by asbestos but also to put negligent corporations on notice that they will be held to account for the harm they have done. It is not acceptable that companies build their balance sheet on the blood of their workers. The people who worked for Eternit in Italy and elsewhere went to work to support their…See More
Mar 3, 2010
Laurie Kazan-Allen posted a blog post

Laurie Kazan-Allen, Coordinator of the International Ban Asbestos Secretariat

April 6 will be a momentous day for asbestos victims all over the world. The trial in Turin is a landmark in the global struggle not only to compensate the people whose lives have been devestated by asbestos but also to put negligent corporations on notice that they will be held to account for the harm they have done. It is not acceptable that companies build their balance sheet on the blood of their workers. The people who worked for Eternit in Italy and elsewhere went to work to support their…See More
Apr 4, 2009

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Support for Italy's Eternit Victims

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I am looking forward to joining members of the International Ban

Asbestos Network at a series of events in Turin on March 15 and

16, 2010 to highlight the responsibility of Eternit for asbestos deaths …

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April 6 will be a momentous day for asbestos victims all over the world. The trial in Turin is a landmark in the global struggle not only to compensate the people whose lives have been devestated by asbestos but also to put negligent corporations on notice that they will be held to account for the harm they have done. It is not acceptable that companies build their balance sheet on the blood of their workers. The people who worked for Eternit in Italy and elsewhere went to work to support their… Continue

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A French résumé of our field report from the courtroom is weekly published on the Andeva website

Download the pdf version of the ANDEVA bulletin n°37 dedicated to the ETERNIT TRIAL of Turin, ENGLISH version or FRENCH version

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Eternit and the Great Asbestos Trial Direct Download (5.19MB) in pdf or individual sections in a web browser on IBAS webpage.

The film Dust, the great asbestos trial is a feature documentary on the trial and the state of the art of asbestos ban in the world. Read more about it or watch it in steraming online on RSI, switzerland tv (italian version only).

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