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15 June 2018
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Author: Servidores Mobilizados da Funai/Justiça Global (Brazil)

“Carta pública contra o loteamento político da FUNAI e o desmonte da política indigenista”, 13 de junho de 2018...

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30 May 2018
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Author: Expresso/Geledés (Portugal/Brazil)

“Jornalista e ativista angolano Rafael Marques vence prémio Herói da Liberdade de Imprensa”, 22 de maio de 2018...

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30 May 2018
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Author: Redação, Brasil de Fato (Brazil)

“Justiça Manda Soltar Assassino De Dorothy Stang”, 25 de Maio de 2018...

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24 May 2018

Tanzania: Land grabbing, including for private investment, continues to threaten livelihoods of indigenous Maasai

Author: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (Denmark)

"Half a million of indigenous peoples' livelihoods threatened in Tanzania"...

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21 May 2018

Campaigners welcome Blackrock’s divestment from Nevsun following campaign over alleged use of forced labour in Eritrea; Nevsun denies use of forced labour

Freedom United and Eritrea Focus have launched a campaign to urge Nevsun's biggest shareholders to divest from the company due to alleged use of forced labour in its Eritrean mines. BlackRock Fund Managers have divested from Nevsun while M & G...

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15 May 2018

Tanzania: Report says safari businesses complicit in intimidation, violent eviction & intimidation of indigenous Maasai; companies comments included

A new report by the Oakland Institute claims some safari businesses operating in Tanzania are complicity in human rights abuses against the Maasai indigenous community. These include intimidation, arrests, beatings and starvation. Thomson Safari denies...

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15 May 2018

Uganda: NGOs accuse LafargeHolcim of neglecting former child labourers in its supply chain; includes company's comments

Bread for all & the Catholic Lenten Fund have accused LafargeHolcim of failing to resolve alleged child labour issues in its subsidiaries in Uganda. The company and its subsidiary, Hima Cement, have denied resorting to the use of child labour in...

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2 May 2018

How electric car & tech companies could be using child labour-mined cobalt from small-scale miners in Dem. Rep. of Congo; includes companies' comments

Car and technology companies source cobalt, which is used in powering electric vehicles and smartphones, from the Democratic Republic of Congo. A CNN investigation has revealed that children still work in some smaller mines, posing a challenge for the...

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30 April 2018
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A Revista Fórum entrevistou Clemente Ganz Lúcio, diretor técnico do Dieese, Departamento Intersindical de Estatísticas e Estudos Socioeconômicos (Dieese) sobre os possíveis impactos da reforma trabalhista sancionada pelo Presidente Temer em novembro d...

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30 April 2018

Tanzania: NGOs claim Acacia Mining's new grievance mechanism does not meet international standards, company responds

Five civil society organisations have written an open letter to Acacia Mining claiming that the recently revised grievance mechanism at the company's Tanzania's subsidiary is not compliant with its human rights obligations. The company has responded to...

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