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27 May 2020

Tanzania: IPIS' briefing on business & human rights; includes coverage on agribusiness, tourism & mining sectors

Author: IPIS

"Briefing on Business and Human Rights in Tanzania: 2019 Quarter 3 & 4: July-December"...

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28 April 2020
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Author: La Tercera (Chile)

“Desde una potencial vacuna a millonarias donaciones: El activo rol de las tabacaleras en tiempos de coronavirus” – 27 de abril de 2020...

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22 April 2020

Malawi: Tobacco farmers take legal action against tobacco producer alleging forced and child labour

Author: Leigh Day

‘Malawi tobacco farmers in landmark legal fight against British American Tobacco’ 31 October 2019...

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9 December 2019

EU Agency for Fundamental Rights paper looks at examples of business-related human rights abuse and factors facilitating access to remedy

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8 November 2019

Tanzania: Activists applaud ILO decision to end funding from tobacco companies

Author: The Citizen

"ILO ends relationship with tobacco companies as Tanzanian activists applaud move", 7 November 2019...

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6 November 2019

Malawi: Customs and Border Protection issues withhold release order on tobacco from Malawi on allegations of forced labor

Author: Geneva Sands, CNN

'US suspends tobacco imports from Malawi over forced child labor allegations' 1 November 2019...

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6 November 2019

Malawi: Tobacco giant disputes allegations of using forced child labour

Author: Deutsche Welle (Germany)

‘Tobacco company rebukes Malawi child labor claims’...

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6 November 2019
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Author: Béatrice Héraud, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

« Philip Morris veut se refaire une santé grâce aux Objectifs de développement durable », 31 octobre 2019...

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4 November 2019

Malawi: Lawyers announce lawsuit demanding British American Tobacco compensate families working under poverty wages on tobacco fields; Company comments included

In October 2019, human rights lawyers from Leigh Day announced they were preparing a lawsuit against British American Tobacco (BAT), on behalf of children and families in Malawi, working on tobacco fields supplying the company....

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1 November 2019

Malawi: Lawyers to launch 'landmark' case against British American Tobacco over child labour & poverty wages

Author: Sarah Boseley, The Guardian

"BAT faces landmark legal case over Malawi families' poverty wages", 31 October 2019...

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