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The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

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10 February 2020

India: Airlines ban comedian for questioning a journalist on film during a flight; comedian says his freedom of speech is being restricted

On 28 January 2020, Kunal Kamra, an Indian comedian, recorded a video of him questioning Arnab Goswami, an Indian journalist, while on an IndiGo flight. Kamra can be seen asking questions about whether Goswami was a 'coward or journalist or nationalist...

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19 March 2019

New Zealand: Business leaders & govt. call on Facebook to do more to rid platform of extremist content after live streaming terrorist attack in mosques

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19 August 2017

Malaysia: AirAsia trains staff to spot human traffickers and help victims

Author: Thomson Reuters Foundation

"Asia's biggest budget airline trains crew to spot human traffickers", 18 August 2017...

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8 January 2008

Airline's crew rules 'embarrassing' [Malaysia]

Author: Anis Ibrahim, New Straits Times [Malaysia]

Malaysia Airlines' work policies for its women flight attendants are "embarrassing", says the MAS Employees Union's executive secretary since 2003, Mustafar Maarof...[A] Universiti Malaysia Terengganu lecturer...said..."At MAS, most female flight...

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4 August 2007

AirAsia to provide disabled-friendly facilities [Malaysia]

Author: V P Sujata, Star [Malaysia]

Responding to protests by the disabled, low-cost carrier AirAsia said it would spend RM6mil to provide ambulifts and aisle chairs for wheelchair-bound passengers. There will be no additional cost for disabled passengers, the airline said...He said the...

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17 July 2007

Minister wants AirAsia to settle wheelchair issue [Malaysia]

Author: New Strait Times

[M]embers of the Barrier-free Environment and Accessible Transport Group...called on the airline to provide facilities for passengers who were immobile and those with limited mobility and for MAHB [Malaysia Airport Holding Berhad] to ensure all new and...

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