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Updating the Resource Centre Digital Platform

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.

Please take an advance peek at our new look, and let us know what you think!

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Alex Guy, Digital Officer

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31 July 2014

Thailand: Costco, Morrisons, Tesco & others join CP Foods-hosted meeting on addressing trafficking & forced labour in supply chain

Author: Annie Kelly, Guardian (UK)

“Supermarket giants in Thailand for prawn slavery talks”, 30 July 2014 UK and US supermarket groups are meeting in Thailand…to create a taskforce to tackle trafficking and forced labour in the shrimp feed industry…The three-day meeting will be hosted ...

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28 July 2014

Qatar: Walk Free animation video on slavery of migrant workers for 2022 World Cup

Author: Walk Free

"Slavery and the Qatar 2022 World Cup", 28 July 2014...

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28 July 2014
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Author: Repórter Brasil

"MPT aciona Justiça para que M. Officer seja banida de São Paulo por explorar escravos", 22 de julho de 2014...

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27 July 2014

Report calls for greater transparency from garment brands on tackling bonded labour in South India suppliers

A report published by FNV Mondiaal (international department of Dutch trade union confederation) and the India Committee of the Netherlands says that most of the Dutch and international companies importing garments from the South Indian state of Tamil...

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27 July 2014

Qatar: World Cup migrant workers wait a year to be paid for building offices

Author: Robert Booth, and Pete Pattisson, the Gaurdian (UK)

Migrant workers who built luxury offices used by Qatar's 2022 football World Cup organisers have told the Guardian they have not been paid for more than a year and are now working illegally from cockroach-infested lodgings. Officials in Qatar's Supreme...

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9 July 2014

Brazil: World Cup stadium builder OAS added, then removed from slave labour "dirty list"

Author: Thomson Reuters Foundation

"World Cup stadium builder added to Brazil's slave labour 'dirty list'", 4 July 2014...

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7 July 2014

Thailand: Rights groups propose ways for companies to address modern-day slavery in the Thai fishing industry

Author: Marta Kasztelan, Food Navigator Asia

“How companies should act to stamp out fishing slavery in Thailand”, 7 July 2014...

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3 July 2014
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"Repórter Brasil faz levantamento inédito de casos de trabalho escravo no Brasil", junho 10th, 2014...

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30 June 2014
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"Na Justiça, OAS e GEP forçam saída da “lista suja” da escravidão", 2 de junho de 2014...

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30 June 2014

Mahachai Fishing Boat Association rejects media reports & says they don’t use trafficked workers

Author: Prom Vikitsreth, Bangkok Post (Thailand)

"Fishermen deny ‘slavery lies’ Western media has facts wrong, they say", 30 June 2014...

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