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29 April 2019

Report alleges Teleperformance's Duty of Vigilance Plan is inadequate

Teleperformance's Duty of Vigilance Plan was first published in December 2018 and is available here. In April 2019 Syndex released a report alleging that the Plan produced is inadequate.  In particular it says "it appears that the company management...

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24 April 2019

Report: Apparel brands' purchasing practices are driving labour abuses in garment factories

Author: Human Rights Watch

""Paying for a Bus Ticket and Expecting to Fly": How Apparel Brand Purchasing Practices Drive Labor Abuses", 23 April 2019...

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23 April 2019
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22 April 2019
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Author: Public Eye (Suisse)

« Syngenta gagne des milliards en vendant des pesticides extrêmement dangereux », 15 avril 2019...

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17 April 2019

Dutch Agreement on Sustainable Garments & Textile currently does not deliver concrete improvements for workers, say CCC & SOMO

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign & SOMO

"Sustainable Clothing and Textile Covenant is currently a paper tiger", 15 April...

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17 April 2019

Swiss NGO calls on agrochemical co Syngenta to take its most toxic pesticides off the market

In a report published in April 2019, Swiss NGO Public Eye alleges that agrochemical company Syngenta continues to sell highly hazardous pesticides, many of which no longer authorised in Switzerland or the European Union, to lower and middle income...

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15 April 2019
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Author: Public Eye

Eine Übersicht englischsprachiger News zu dem Bericht, inkl. Stellungnahmen des Unternehmens, finden Sie hier....

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15 April 2019

UAE: Migrant workers employed by Al Wasita Emirates Catering Services have not received outstanding wages & flight home, despite court settlement

In January 2019 400 employees of Al Wasita Emirates Catering Services brought a legal dispute against their employer, alleging wages withheld for months. The migrant workers from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Egypt, Nigeria and the Philippines had also...

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12 April 2019

India: Hyderabad reportedly an epicentre for unscrupulous recruitment agents targeting vulnerable women for overseas domestic work

Author: Dravika Trehan, The Citizen (India)

"The Kafala System of Slave Labour in Saudi Arabia is Costing Lives", 10 Apr 2019...

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11 April 2019

UAE: Indian and Bangladeshi construction workers face withheld wages stretching back 10 months

Author: Ramola Talwar Badam, The National

"Dubai construction workers pursue employer over 10 months unpaid wages", 3 Apr 2019...

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