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23 October 2019

KnowTheChain: Ranking companies' efforts to address forced labour in their supply chains

  KnowTheChain is a resource for businesses and investors who need to understand and address forced labor risks within their supply chains. In 2020/2021 KnowTheChain will be becnhmarking 180 companies in three sectors. In 2019 will be publishing inves...

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19 June 2018

China: Investigation finds workers not paid legally at Foxconn's Hengyang plant, which produces Amazon products

"…A report from the New York-based China Labor Watch found that the Hengyang Foxconn plant in Hunan province, which primarily makes devices for Amazon, relies on temporary workers with a high turnover rate, pays them far less than the local average,...

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12 December 2017

Investors launch five-year global initiative to engage largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters to act on climate change

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5 December 2017

China: Foxconn says it has stopped interns from working overtime, following reports of interns working 11-hour days in iPhone factory

Author: BBC

"Foxconn stops interns' illegal overtime at iPhone X factory", 23 November 2017...

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25 October 2017
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Author: Caspar Dohmen, Süddeutsche Zeitung

Immer wieder geraten Konzerne in die Kritik wegen Menschenrechtsverletzungen. Zum Beispiel Shell wegen Umweltverseuchungen bei der Ölförderung in Nigeria oder Apple wegen schlechter Arbeitsbedingungen bei seinem Zulieferer Foxconn. Modeunternehmen wie...

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19 June 2017
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Author: Alejandra Rey, Entrelíneas (México)

“La matan por negarse a tener sexo con ellos”, 14 de Junio de 2017...

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5 January 2017

Commentary: Major European football clubs must investigate their sponsors' human rights records

Author: Peter Bengtsen, Le Monde diplomatique

“Football giants don’t check on sponsors - Where the money comes from”, July 2015...

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20 December 2016

Tech giants pledge to keep children out of cobalt mines that supply smartphone and electric-car batteries

Author: Peter Whoriskey and Todd C. Frankel, Washington Post

Separate groups of the world’s leading technology companies are launching two initiatives to curb “the worst forms of child labor” and other abusive practices in the supply chain for cobalt, a key ingredient in lithium-ion batteries that power...

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29 November 2016

Myanmar: Big consumer companies may be violating US sanctions by sourcing tin from mine controlled by United Wa State Army, linked to narcotics trafficking

Author: Yimoun Lee and Joel Schectman, Reuters

“How a rebel Myanmar tin mine may up-end a global supply chain”, 28 Nov 2016...

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26 September 2016
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(Crédit photo : Confédération Syndicale Internationale)

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