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 Übersetzung für 'Divestment' von Englisch nach Deutsch
econ.
divestment
Veräußerung {f}
360
econ.fin.
divestment [selling off subsidiary business interests or investments]
Verkauf {m} [z. B. von Firmenanteilen]
175
law
divestment
Besitzentziehung {f}
69
econ.
divestment
Kapitalabzug {m}
50
econ.
divestment
Beteiligungs­verkauf {m}
21
divestment [of rights, privileges etc.]Entziehung {f} [von Rechten, Privilegien etc.]
15
econ.fin.
divestment
Divestment {n}
14
divestmentBeraubung {f}
11
divestment [of clothing]Entkleidung {f}
divestment [of clothing]Entblößung {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Divestment campaigns targeting Israel first received media attention in 2002, thanks largely to a high-profile divestment petition at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology early that year.
  • Fayyad later wrote a divestment handbook titled "Fighting the New Apartheid," which was primarily based on his experience organizing with the University of Wisconsin Divestment From Israel Campaign.
  • In order to exert financial pressure on the government of Sudan to change its policies and bring peace to its people, Save Darfur launched a divestment campaign, Divest for Darfur.
  • Sabeel has sent representatives to several denominational gatherings in the United States and has advocated for divestment resolutions, which it sees as a non-violent approach to resisting the occupation.
  • Rhodes, a descendant of Cecil Rhodes, defied the international call for divestment of university endowments and other investment portfolios from South Africa-related stocks during the massive anti-apartheid divestment campaign of 1985-1987, with Cornell arresting hundreds of peaceful student and faculty protestors calling for divestment even as many other leading US universities divested from South Africa-related holdings.

  • During the 1980s, Johnson was involved in local activism to promote divestment from South Africa.
  • The idea was that public opinion would force divestment over time.
  • In 2012, a "Rolling Stone" article by writer and campaigner Bill McKibben presented Carbon Tracker's research on the ‘carbon bubble’ to a wider audience The article led McKibben to start a campaign calling for fossil fuel divestment which, as of December 2015, has seen organisations managing over $5.46 trillion committing to partial or total divestment.
  • Upon Ford's apartheid-era divestment from South Africa, Bantam production was relocated to the Samcor plant in Silverton, Pretoria.
  • The following tables summarise the divestment actions and commitments of Australian local councils.

  • The good news for the fossil fuel divestment campaigns is that their strategy could be effective.
  • The process for strategic divestment of NMDC's Nagarnar Steel plant in Chhattisgarh has kicked-off.
  • Perry also led the campaign to preserve the town of Hull’s salt marshes from development; helped set up the early food coop in Cambridge; supported the anti-apartheid divestment campaign at MIT as well as the fossil fuel divestment campaign; and organized a teach-in on the war in Iraq in 1990.
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