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18 November 2019

Chinese retail workers take collective action after sacking and wage arrears, says NGO

 

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15 November 2019

Out Now: 2019 Corporate Human Rights Benchmark

The 2019 Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB – a part of the World Benchmarking Alliance) – shows how most companies in the apparel, food & beverage, extractive and tech manufacture sectors are failing to meet basic corporate human rights expec...

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14 November 2019

Indonesia: NGOs link Wilmar Intl. with human rights abuses in West Sumatra, RSPO allegedly fails to take action

An interim report alleges that communities in West Sumatra were negatively affected by Wilmar's oil palm operations and its suppliers. Communities report loss of access and control over their customary lands which were taken over by Wilmar...

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13 November 2019

Weekly Update 13 November 2019: Inter-American Development Bank investigates Ituango dam investment

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 November 2019

Out Now: KnowTheChain Investor Snapshot: Forced Labour in Forestry Sector

 

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12 November 2019

Summary of the Latin American Regional Workshop on Business and Human Rights

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10 November 2019

Laos: Xayaburi Dam begins operations despite villagers arguing that dam will destroy their livelihoods

An article alleges that the Xayaburi Dam, in which CK Power is a main developer, will destroy the livelihoods of the villagers. It further alleges that the beginning of the commercial operations of the Xayaburi Dam coincides with “parts of the Mekong...

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10 November 2019

Myanmar: CSOs urge Western Union to end its business relationship with a military-owned bank; company responds

An open letter report by 33 civil society organizations alleging that by having a business relationship with a military-owned bank in Myanmar, Western Union is supporting the military’s financial capacity. In turn, the open letter alleges that Western...

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8 November 2019

South African Indigenous community to receive share Rooibos tea sales after multistakeholder agreement

 

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7 November 2019

Liverpool FC declines FIFA's offer to stay in Kempinski hotel in Qatar citing ethical concerns

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