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8 July 2020
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7 July 2020

Asia Floor Wage Alliance examines challenges of COVID-19 for suppliers that translate into increased risk & burden of liability for garment workers

Author: Asia Floor Wage Alliance

"THE EMPEROR HAS NO CLOTHES: Garment supply chains in the time of pandemic, Isue III", July 2020...

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7 July 2020

Over 110 bishops call on governments to introduce mandatory due diligence for companies

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7 July 2020
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1 July 2020

UAE: 1,000 G4S workers allegedly dependent on food aid following COVID-19 suspensions & terminations; incl. co. comments

In June 2020, Migrant-Rights.org reported that at least 1,000 employees of UK-based security company G4S are reliant on community donations for food and other amenities after their contracts with the company were suspended or terminated in March. As...

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1 June 2020

South Asia: Remittances from Gulf migrant workers expected to decline by 22 percent this year

Author: Sebastian Castelier, The New Arab

"Gulf recession reverberates across Asia as remittances from migrant workers plummet", 2 June 2020...

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29 May 2020

Short & long-term impacts of COVID-19 on garment supply chain workers should be mitigated by the big brands, says AFWA report

Author: Asia Floor Wage Alliance

“The emperor has no clothes: Garment supply chains in the time of pandemic -Issue: II”, May 2020...

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25 May 2020

Maldives: Workers from South Asian countries left stranded in deserted tourist city as COVID-19 concerns grow

Author: Gulf News

"Coronavirus traps poor workers from Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka in deserted Maldives", 26 May 2020...

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21 May 2020

South Asia: Repatriation of migrant workers an economic & public health challenge, warn labour experts

Author: Annie Banerji, Jise Devasia & Gopal Sharma, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"South Asia scrambles to bring home crisis-hit migrant workers," 19 May 2020...

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18 May 2020

Facebook releases findings of independent human rights impact assessments of the role of its services in Sri Lanka, Indonesia & Cambodia

Facebook has released the findings of three independent human rights impact assessments it commissioned in 2018 that examined the degree to which its platforms did or did not contribute to adverse human rights impacts in Sri Lanka, Indonesia and...

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