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14 June 2020

Commentary: ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights ready to become a stronger human rights mechanism

Author: Eric Paulsen, The Jakarta Post

"AICHR ready to become stronger human rights mechanism", 13 June 2020...

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6 June 2020

Commentary: Govts & businesses can improve working women's wellbeing through actions based on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights

Author: Golda Benjamin (Business & Human Rights Resource Centre) & Kalayaan Constantino (Oxfam in Asia)

"Women at work deserve better from governments and businesses"...

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7 January 2020

Environmental impacts of Belt and Road Initiative has not gained proper attention, study reveals

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7 January 2020
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Author: The ASEAN Post

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28 December 2019

Environmental impacts of Belt and Road Initiative has not gained proper attention, study reveals

Author: The ASEAN Post

“China’s BRI negatively impacting the environment”, 24 December 2019...

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10 August 2019

Commentary: ASEAN’s Safe Migration Campaign comes up short due to simplistic concept of safe migration

Author: Tommy KS Koh, East Asia Forum

"ASEAN's Safe Migration Campaign comes up short", 1 August 2019...

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15 May 2019
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Author: Marina Fabre, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

« Le boycott a fonctionné : Le sultan de Brunei suspend la lapidation des homosexuels », 14 mai 2019 ...

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7 May 2019

Virgin CEO & 20 other executives sign onto initiative in support of LBGT+ rights; urge other businesses to follow suit

Author: Hugo Greenhalgh, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"Billionaire Branson urges business to back LGBT+ rights", 2 May 2019...

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6 May 2019

Banks ban employees from staying at sultan of Brunei-owned hotels in response to new law punishing homosexual sex & adultery with death

Media reports that multinational banks are banning their employees from staying at hotels owned by the sultan of Brunei after the Southeast Asian country announced a new law imposing death by stoning for those convicted of gay sex, adultery, and rape....

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22 April 2019
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Author: Marina Fabre, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

« Lapidation des homosexuels : ces entreprises qui boycottent les hôtels du sultan de Brunei », 19 avril 2019 ...

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