Gabriel Resources v. Romania: Local Residents as Third Parties in Investor-State Dispute Settlement?
Lisa Kadel and Christian Schliemann - 19th April 2019
The Canadian corporation Gabriel Resources wanted to establish Europe’s largest gold mine in Rosia Montana, Romania. Local villagers and Romanian civil society resisted the corporation and the state, due to perceived disregard for their human rights and environmental concerns. After a long battle they prevented the project. As a response Gabriel Resources sued Romania for […]