ABP excludes Walchandnagar Industries

ABP, the biggest pension fund of The Netherlands, will exclude Indian company Walchandnagar Industries from its investment universe because of the company’s involvement in the production of Indian nuclear weapons. Read more

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Ban nuclear weapons, stop modernizing arsenals

A treaty banning nuclear weapons will have a direct and powerful impact on nuclear…

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Fonds de Compensation divests from AECOM, Fluor and Huntington Ingalls  

Fonds de Compensation (FDC) has added the companies AECOM, Fluor and Huntington…

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NPT Event 2015

“We must have our own step by step attack on the financial edifice that supports…

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Nordea blacklists Boeing over nuclear arms

Boeing has been blacklisted by the largest Nordic fund company over concerns…

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Global Day of Action on Military Spending

The global day of action on military spending is an opportunity for people worldwide to demand a shift in financial priorities. On this day, 13 April, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute will release its annual report on global military expenditures. The day of action is to call for a shift of from disproportionate military spending to funding real human security needs. Most actions are focused on government spending. But there is another side to the money around weapons, and that comes from investments made by financial institutions worldwide. Read more

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