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27 May 2019

USA: Protesters file lawsuit over Louisiana law criminalizing trespassing near oil & gas pipelines

 

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24 May 2019

Thailand: Thammakaset must stop legal harassment of human rights defenders & workers who exposed labour rights abuses at poultry farm, say NGOs

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20 May 2019
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Author: G1 Minas (Brazil)

“Estrutura está se movimentando cerca de quatro centímetros por dia. Moradores da cidade fizeram um simulado de emergência neste sábado”, 19 de maio de 2019 ...

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17 May 2019

Saudi Arabia’s repression shouldn’t be rewarded with a World Cup

Author: Minky Worden (HRW), Washington Post

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16 May 2019

Commentary: “Non-technology” companies integrating AI into their business operations also need to address human rights impacts

Author: Dunstan Allison-Hope, Business for Social Responsibility

"Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights: We Need to Talk about the Use Phase", 16 May, 2019...

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13 May 2019

India: Illegal recruitment agencies answer high demand in Telangana, leaving thousands of migrant workers open to Gulf labour abuse

Author: Charan Teja, The News Minute

"Despair in search of livelihood: the saga of the Telangana Gulf migration", 10 May 2019...

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13 May 2019

Indian Embassy launches social media campaign warning workers against travel to the UAE on tourist visas peddled by rogue recruiters

Author: Ramola Talwar Badam, The National (UAE)

"Embassy shares sorrow of Indian workers lured to UAE by devious recruitment agents", 9 May 2019...

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9 May 2019

Commentary: Transnational advocacy groups should embrace technology to combat human rights abuses

Author: James F. Smith, Harvard University Carr Center

"Transnational rights groups face promise and perils of technology: Carr Center's Sushma Raman on hopes and threats posed by digital advances", 9 May 2019...

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8 May 2019

Pakistan: Government inaction over unregulated recruitment agents leaves migrant workers to the Gulf vulnerable to exploitation, forced drug trafficking

Author: Mustafa Qadri (Equidem Research and Consulting), Rumsha Shahzad, Muhammad Usman (Justice Project Pakistan)

"Through the Cracks: The Exploitation of Pakistani Migrant Workers in the Gulf Recruitment Regime", Apr 2019...

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7 May 2019

Lebanon: The minister of Labor vows to tackle the sponsorship system and the rule-breaking recruitment agencies trapping migrant workers

Author: Richard Hall, The independent

"How migrant workers have become victims of ‘modern slavery’ in Lebanon", 2nd of May 2019...

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