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14 December 2018

Cambodia: Poverty and demand from China prompt Cambodian women to become surrogate mothers

Author: Danielle Keeton-Olsen & Sineat Yon, Aljazeera

"Poverty and demand from China fuel illegal Cambodia surrogacy", 13 December 2018...

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9 December 2018

Cambodia: 32 paid surrogate mothers are released after they agree to keep babies

Author: BBC

"Cambodia releases surrogate mothers who agree to keep children", 6 December 2018...

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13 November 2018

Cambodia: Paid surrogate mothers face trafficking & exploitation charges

Author: Taing Vida, Khmer Times

"Municipal court charges surrogacy operators with human trafficking," 14 November 2018...

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13 November 2018
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Author: 20 Minutos

“Suspendida la jornada comercial sobre vientres de alquiler por el "revuelo" generado en su contra”- 9 de noviembre de 2018...

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25 July 2018

The Investor Alliance for Human Rights shares Guidance on Corporate Human Rights Due Diligence Related to Immigration Detention and Family Separation

Author: The Investor Alliance for Human Rights

According to the United Nation's (UN) Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the practice of separating children at the border constitutes “arbitrary and unlawful interference in family life, and is a serious violation of the rights of the...

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25 July 2018

The Investor Alliance for Human Rights shares Guidance on Corporate Human Rights Due Diligence Related to Immigration Detention and Family Separation

Author: The Investor Alliance for Human Rights

According to the United Nation's (UN) Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the practice of separating children at the border constitutes “arbitrary and unlawful interference in family life, and is a serious violation of the rights of the...

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16 July 2018

Microsoft calls for govt. rules & laws to regulate facial recognition technology

Author: Brad Smith, Microsoft Blog

"Facial recognition technology: The need for public regulation and corporate responsibility", 13 July 2018...

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12 July 2018

Amazon workers oppose sale of the co's technology to US immigration

Author: Anthony Cuthbertson, The Independent

"AMAZON WORKERS 'REFUSE' TO BUILD TECH FOR US IMMIGRATION, WARNING JEFF BEZOS OF IBM'S NAZI LEGACY", 22 June 2018...

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11 April 2018

India: Supreme court to provide day-care facilities for its staff, after years of requests

Author: Anuradha Nagaraj, Editor: Jared Ferrie, Thomas Reuters Foundation, India

India's top court to provide daycare facilities, after years of requests, 12 April, 2018...

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20 March 2018

Kenya: IFC praises Safaricom's "supportive work environment for working mothers", including free childcare

Author: James Ngunjiri, Daily Nation (Kenya)

"Safaricom earns IFC praise for working mothers plan"...

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