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25 May 2020
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21 May 2020

Australia: New report on Labour Hire and Contracting Across the ASX100

Author: Dr Katie Hepworth, Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility (ACCR)

"Labour Hire & Contracting Across the ASX100", 12 May 2020...

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2 February 2020

Papua New Guinea: Barrick Gold Corp, RTG Mining Inc., and Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. are just some of the companies interested in Panguna Mine

Author: Aaron Clark, Bloomberg

"The Horse Breeder, the Novelist and the $60 Billion Mine", 28 January 2020...

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19 November 2019

Papua New Guinea: As Bougainville independence referendum looms; miners jostle for licences & fears of new conflict grow

Author: Sarah Danckert and Ben Bohane, The Sydney Morning Herald

"This derelict mine caused a bloody war. Now Aussie companies are fighting over it again", 15 November 2019...

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18 October 2019

Australia: Traditional owners' native title claim upheld in landmark decision against mining company Fortescue Metals Group

Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) loses appeal from a Federal Court's judgment recognising the Yindjibarndi people's exclusive native title over an area of land that includes the company's Solomon Hub mine in Western Australia's Pilbara region. The...

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30 September 2019

Equileap publishes 2019 ranking of companies on gender equality in the workplace

Author: Equileap

Equileap researched 3,519 companies in 23 developed economies, representing 98 million employees, and ranked them based on 19 gender equality criteria... There has been an increase in the average score of the 100 best performing companies over the past...

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6 June 2019

Brazil: Australian mining companies profit from the collapse of the Brazilian iron ore industry following the Brumadinho disaster

Author: Merco Press

“Brazil's iron ore industry misery, a boom for Australian big miners”, 29th May 2019...

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3 June 2019
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3 June 2019

Latin America: Report deepens understanding of socio-environmental conflicts caused by mining in the region

Author: Latin American Conflict Observatory (OCMAL)

[Excerpt translation from Spanish provided by Business and Human Rights Resource Centre]...

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3 June 2019
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