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5 January 2020

Cambodia: At least 36 construction workers killed as another building collapses in Kep province

After a deadly collapse of a building owned by Chinese in Sihanoukville in June, 2019 killing 28 workers, Cambodia witnesses another deadly collapse of a building in Kep province reportedly killing at least 36 and injuring 23 workers. Cambodia is...

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3 January 2020

Cambodian Labour Ministry asks garment workers to file complaints if factories don't pay their seniority indemnity

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2 January 2020

Coal production and mining accidents in China reportedly on the rise

 

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20 December 2019

10,000 DRC families relocated from cobalt site due to rising mineral demand

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18 December 2019

OUT NOW: Allegations tracker of abuses against migrant workers in the Gulf

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18 December 2019

Samsung Electronics chairman sentenced to prison for South Korea union-busting activities

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18 December 2019

Weekly Update 18 December 2019: Tech giants sued over child labour in DRC cobalt mines

  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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17 December 2019

El Salvador: Workers from garment factory producing for Levi’s, Ralph Lauren, Walmart, PVH, Global Brands Group reportedly still owed $1.7 million; companies respond

On 7th March 2018, the 824 workers at the LD garment factory in El Salvador lost their jobs when the factory suddenly closed without warning, and the employer failed to pay them their legal severance. These workers sewed clothes for Levi’s, Ralph...

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17 December 2019

New blog series with Open Society Fellows on 'Rethinking Corporate Governance'

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16 December 2019

Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Update: High hopes for mandatory human rights due diligence in 2020

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