IndustriALL taking part in demonstrations against Glencore in 2012.

Vote for the Public Eye Lifetime Award

21.11.2014

Six multinational companies, including Walmart and Glencore, are in the running for the Public Eye Lifetime Award. The prize highlights businesses guilty of human and labour rights violations, environmental destruction or corruption.

To mark 15 years of the award, voters are being asked to choose from a shortlist of six previous winners from the Public Eye Hall of Shame. They are Walmart, Glencore, Dow Chemical, Chevron, Gazprom and Goldman Sachs.

The public can register their vote online now.

The winner will be announced in Davos, Switzerland on 23 January 2015. The ceremony is timed to coincide with the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in the Alpine resort, where several past winners will be present.

You can follow the announcement of the winner on the Public Eye website or on twitter in real time.