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Leading Liverpool cultural figures call on City Council to scrap G4S contracts

G4S: An issue for all trade unionists

G4S: an issue for all Trade Unionists

leaflet distributed at UNITE Policy Conference this week, along with the Briefing for Trade Unionists

Inside the G4S AGM

A shareholder activist's account of the G4S AGM

In solidarity with Palestinian mass hunger strike, BDS pressure forces G4S to distance itself from Israel’s prison system

G4S Meets Critics With Contempt

The security firm failed to avoid censure over its role in Israel’s occupation despite a legal smokescreen, writes AMENA SALEEM

Thursday’s annual general meeting of G4S, the global security company which provides services to Israeli prisons where Palestinians are held illegally and often tortured, revealed its underlying attitude to international law.

Gates Foundation sells entire stake in G4S

The Gates Foundation Asset Trust, the entity that manages the investments for the $40.2 billion Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, has liquidated its entire stake in G4S Plc (GFS), the world’s biggest security-services provider.

Guardian: G4S security guards violently remove protesters from AGM

Investors express shock at manner guards evicted protesting shareholders who accuse firm of human rights violations

photo: G$S protesters
Protesters outside G4S offices in London last month. The firm's chairman banned the Guardian from tweeting or live reporting from Wednesday's meeting.
Photograph: Peter Marshall/Demotix/Corbis

G4S security guards have violently removed more than a dozen protesting shareholders from the company's annual meeting .

Financial Times: G4S to end Israeli jail contracts within three years

G4S has confirmed that it will end all its Israeli prison contracts within the next three years after an annual general meeting that was severely disrupted by human rights protesters.

Asked by angry protesters whether G4S would withdraw from the Palestinian territories as reported by the Financial Times last year, Ashley Almanza, chief executive, confirmed “no change to that position”.

“We expect them to expire and we don’t expect to renew them,” he said.

Guardian letters: G4S must end its complicity in Israel's abuse of child prisoners

UK Watchdog to probe complaint re G4S in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories

forwarded from Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights

Dear LPHR member,

I am glad to share with you the positive news that the UK National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises has accepted in their Initial Assessment that issues raised in LPHR's complaint regarding the activities of G4S PLC in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory are substantiated and require further examination. The Initial Assessment is here.

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