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12 May 2020
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Autor/in: Rory Carroll, Sam Jones, Lorenzo Tondo, Kate Connolly & Kit Gillet - The Guardian

"Covid-19 crisis stokes European tensions over migrant labour", 11 May 2020...

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4 May 2020
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28 April 2020
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Autor/in: Jennifer Hattam, Equal Times

Around the world... millions of construction workers are still on the job [during the COVID-19 pandemic], caught between risking their health and losing their livelihoods......

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23 December 2019
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Autor/in: Dr. Shane Darcy

"Embedding Business & Human Rights in Ireland: Legislating for Human Rights Due Diligence" 18 Dec 2019...

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12 November 2019
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On November 8th, the Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) at the Trinity Business School launched a report assessing the human rights performance of the 22 largest companies in Ireland based on the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB) methodology....

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14 October 2019
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Autor/in: Shane Darcy, Business & Human Rights in Ireland

In a letter in today’s Irish Times, a number of prominent Irish organisations have called specifically on Ireland and other EU states to engage more meaningfully in the current Geneva process in light of the ongoing harm to human rights globally...

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13 August 2019
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In Summer 2019, Ryanair pilots across the world voted among their unions to strike in separate protests over poor working conditions, including wages and benefits. Comments from Ryanair in response to the strikes can be found in the articles below.

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12 August 2019
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Autor/in: Simon Calder, The Independent

"Ryanair pilots in Ireland vote to strike", 9 August 2019...

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28 May 2019
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Autor/in: Human Rights at Sea International

Human Rights at Sea publishes the Anglo North Irish Fish Producers Organisation (ANIFPO) voluntary annual human rights and business audits undertaken by Human Rights at Sea International Ltd (HRASi)......

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21 May 2019
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On 15 May 2019, 8 companies, 17 governments, and the European Commission adopted the Christchurch Call, a voluntary commitment to eliminate terrorist and violent extremist content online. This call was proposed two months after terrorist attacks at two...

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