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The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

We will soon be updating the site to improve its usability and better serve the thousands of people that use our site to support their work.

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3 August 2020

Laos: Farm worker was beaten & tied up following a dispute at Chinese banana farm; company denies allegation

Author: Max Avary & Paul Eckert, Radio Free Asia

"Lao Farm Worker Beaten, Tied Up, in Dispute at Chinese Banana Plantation", 3 August 2020...

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26 July 2020

LG Chem did not respond

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A report alleges that a 66-year old woman activist was arrested and charged after questioning the local government’s actions, after the deadly gas leak at an LG Polymers plant in Vizag, India in May 2020....

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25 July 2020

India: Elderly woman activist arrested and charged upon questioning local government's response to deadly gas leak at LG plant, company did not respond

A report alleged that a 66-year old woman activist was arrested and charged after questioning the local government’s actions, after the deadly gas leak at an LG Polymers plant in Vizag, India in May 2020....

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22 July 2020

Laos: Two years after dam collapse survivors still face hardships; groups demand accountability from developers & financial backers

Author: International Rivers, Mekong Watch, & Inclusive Development International

"Two Years After Lao Dam Collapse, Call for Justice Persists", 23 July 2020...

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22 July 2020
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Author: Observatorio de Conflictos Mineros de América Latina

“BHP enfrenta demanda por desastre ambiental en Brasil” - 16 de julio de 2020...

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21 July 2020
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Author: Laure Verneau, RFI

"Madagascar: le ministère de la Défense s'excuse après un incident à Ilakaka", 21 juillet 2020...

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20 July 2020

Intl. Financial Institutions continue investing in socially and environmentally controversial projects, says new research; incl. IFIs comments

The research “The Impact of International Financial Institutions on the Environment and Socio-Economics: The Cases from Armenia and the World” by Sofia Manukyan, a researcher, human rights defender & environmentalist, alleges International...

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14 July 2020

Indonesia: Media reports separate incidents of alleged forced labour, trafficking, & killings involving Chinese fishing vessels

Recent media reports cite separate incidents of alleged forced labour, trafficking, and killings involving Chinese fishing vessels. The first report by The Guardian concerns Long Xing 629 crew members, Sepri and Ari, who allegedly died after being...

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12 July 2020

India: Gas leak at pharmaceutical company's industrial unit causes two deaths and at least four injuries, company did not respond

An articles alleges that due to a gas leak at a Sainor Life Sciences owned industrial unit in Visakhapatnam, at least two people were killed and others were injured in the early morning hours of 30 June 2020. The article further states that a similar...

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12 July 2020

Sainor Life Sciences did not respond

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