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25 October 2019
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Author: Olivier Petitjean, Basta !

« De la France à l’ONU, la pression monte pour un encadrement juridique des multinationales », 24 octobre 2019...

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Article
21 October 2019

South Asia: Workers continue to be bribed by recruitment companies for Gulf jobs with promising pay

Author: Nikhil Eapen, The Wire

"$15 Billion: What South Asian Workers Have Paid in Bribes for Gulf Jobs" 21 October 2019...

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21 October 2019

Oxfam reveals poverty pay, harsh working conditions & gender discrimination in intl. supermarkets' food supply chains; Includes company responses

Oxfam has released new research, which included in-depth interviews with workers in India and Brazil and a survey of workers in five other countries, revealing widespread labour rights allegations - including poverty pay, harsh working conditions, and...

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Company response
21 October 2019

Sainsbury's response

Author: Sainsbury's

... All our tea sourcing from Assam... is either Rainforest Alliance or Fairtrade accredited. We would need more information from Oxfam to investigate the tea estates highlighted in their report... Our suppliers support actions that allow a living wage...

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Article
20 October 2019

India: More than half of the top Indian companies have a male to female ratio of 10:1 or worse

Author: PTI, Economic Times

"53% of top Indian companies have a male to female employee ratio of 10:1 or worse, study claims", 3 October 2019...

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Company response
18 October 2019

Albertsons' response

Author: Albertsons

As a food company that carries thousands of products from around the world, we recognize our responsibility to ensure that our suppliers adhere to our strict policies pertaining to worker rights. We are committed to conducting business in a lawful and...

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Company response
18 October 2019

ALDI SOUTH's response

Author: ALDI SOUTH Group

... We are also aware of the particular human rights challenges in the production of tea... [A] proportion of our tea productions are either UTZ/Rainforest Alliance, Fairtrade or Organic certified and we are working to increase the percentage of...

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Company response
18 October 2019

Morrisons' response

Author: Morrisons

... We have been engaged with Oxfam since the commencement of their Behind the Barcodes campaign and have already made progress in a number of areas ... This resulted in Morrisons being acknowledged in this year's report as being one of three...

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Company response
18 October 2019

Tesco's response

Author: Tesco

...We support Oxfam’s clear framework... We are in the process of developing specific actions plans to greater support progress on gender equality and living wages in key supply chains......

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Company response
17 October 2019

Aldi North's response

Author: Aldi North

... We are aware of the particular human rights challenges in the production of tea, including in the Assam state, as identified in the recent Oxfam report. We source tea from the region of Assam exclusively from producers who have been certified by...

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