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1 April 2012

New report by Irish Centre for Human Rights calls on Irish Govt. to provide guidance to businesses on human rights due diligence requirements

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1 April 2012

[PDF] Business and Human Rights in Ireland: Context, International Standards and Recommendations

Author: Irish Centre for Human Rights

The report addresses business and human rights in Ireland in light of Ireland’s existing international human rights obligations and the emerging standards relating specifically to business and human rights. The structure of the report reflects the...

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Company response
28 March 2012

Response by Cellusys: Dealings by companies in repressive countries raise concerns about business and human rights.

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Article
28 March 2012

[DOC] Cellusys responds

Author: Cellusys

Cellusys software is designed to protect assist mobile operators manage their roaming subscribers both inbound and outbound, provide subscribers with the ability to send SMS when roaming as well prevent SMS fraud within the network. In the case...

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Article
13 March 2012

Dealings by Irish companies in repressive countries raise concerns about business and human rights

Author: Dr Shane Darcy, Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland Galway

Software sold in Syria by…Cellusys and AdaptiveMobile has been reported as being used by the Syrian government to censor text messages by protestors challenging President Assad’s rule…This is not the first instance of involvement by Irish companies in...

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