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19 June 2018

Parent Company Liability – the emerging jurisprudence from the English courts

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18 June 2018

KnowTheChain: Ranking of 40 ICT companies on efforts to address forced labour in supply chains

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17 June 2018

Philippines: Workers at NutriAsia factory face lawsuits and suffer injuries after dispersal of protest

Workers went on strike at a NutriAsia factory in the Philippines because of low wages and unhealthy working conditions. The workers also alleged that NutriAsia practiced contractualisation -- extending regular employment agreements to less than 10...

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14 June 2018

Major World Cup sponsors, adidas & Nike, accused of paying "poverty wages" to women workers in their supply chains

  A new report by Éthique sur l’étiquette and Clean Clothes Campaign, "Foul Play", accuses adidas and Nike, major sponsors of the 2018 World Cup, of paying poverty wages to the thousands of women in their supply chain that sew the football shirts and ...

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13 June 2018

Weekly Update - 13 June 2018: ITUC Global Rights Index 2018 reports worsening workers’ conditions

Our run down of this week's top stories and breaking news about business & human rights. Includes company responses, the latest jobs; and events announcements. READ THE FULL UPDATE Archive of past Weekly Updates since 2005 Weekly update sign-up

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12 June 2018

Nigeria: Local community says pollution by Wilmar has compromised their livelihoods

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12 June 2018

Why a binding treaty is necessary: the UN complaint mechanism's lack of teeth on pesticides management

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11 June 2018

Report: How to promote responsible labour recruitment in the Gulf construction sector

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7 June 2018

Colombia: Communities affected by Hidroituango dam file complaint at Inter-American Development Bank

Four opponents of the impacts of the Hidroituango dam of the Empresas Públicas de Medellín (EPM) were recently killed. Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited EPM and Atlas Copco to respond. Their answers are below. ...

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7 June 2018

New Annual Briefing on legal accountability: Turning up the heat: Corporate legal accountability for climate change

This year's Corporate Legal Accountability Annual Briefing explores the rising trend of climate litigation brought against companies. Turning up the heat: Corporate legal accountability for climate change examines the opportunities and challenges for ...

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