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Author: Michelle Lau-Burke & Callie Strickland, OpenGlobalRights
"A gender lens is critical to resolving tech-enabled abuse", 27 June 2018...
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Women in electronics factories in Southeast Asia earn less, experience more threats & have higher exposure to health risks than male employees
Author: Laura Villadiego, Equal Times
"The gender gap in the electronics factories: women exposed to chemicals and lower pay", 22 December 2017...
KiK Textilien & Non-Food GmbH, referred as ‘KiK’ in this document is committed to respecting Human Rights wherever we operate. This statement references and supplements the KiK Code of Conduct which represents the applicable principle for all our...
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Author: Huffington Post (India)
"Indian BPO Workers Regularly Face Racial Abuse, Reveals Study." 27 November 2017...
Transnational supply chains breed human rights abuses especially among retail chains & supermarkets says ITUC report
"Supermarkets, transnational supply chains and labour rights' abuses", 27 November 2017...
Myanmar: Chevron says it will push for human rights following criticism over its partnership with govt.
Author: Faarea Masud, BBC World Service
"Chevron says it will push for Myanmar human rights", November 2017...
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Investigation reports slave-live conditions on Australia's farms supplying supermarkets & fastfood chains; companies respond
A Four Corners investigation has revealed labour exploitation, slave-like conditions and black market labour gangs on farms and in factories supplying Australia's biggest supermarkets and fast food chains. The report found that crime syndicates and...