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21 August 2018

Commentary: Columbian NAP allowed progress in business and human rights, but requires strengthening in conflict regions

Author: Germán Zarama, RightsasUsual

"The Colombian National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights: from Regional Milestone to Effective Local Implementation", 16 August 2018...

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13 August 2018

Scotland: Human Rights Commission invites submissions to undertake comparative study on development of NAPs in other countries; study to inform Scottish framework

Author: Scottish Human Rights Commission

"Research Tender: Business and Human Rights", 24 July 2018...

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3 August 2018

Opinion: Continued construction at Imperial Pacific casino in Saipan warrants worker-led, independent monitoring of labour conditions

Author: Aaron Halegua, Jennifer Rosenbaum & Mariam Bhacker, Marianas Variety (USA)

[C]onfiscation of worker passports, failure to pay workers the minimum wage, high rates of injury and even deaths, and retaliation against complaining workers have all been well-documented...If Imperial Pacific is serious about eradicating abuse from...

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21 March 2018

Access Now warns of risks inherent in national digital identity programmes

Author: Access Now (USA)

"National digital identity programmes: what’s next?", 21 Mar 2018...

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14 March 2018

Roundtable addresses need for improved corporate governance by investors, CEOs & business networks to end slavery in supply chains; incl. contribution by BHRRC

Author: Joanna Radeke and Tammi L. Coles, Corporate Knights

Slavery remains a disturbing reality of the world's labour markets. In the private sector especially, some 16 million people are enslaved – forced to work in sectors as diverse as agriculture, construction and the cosmetics industry. And while cases...

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27 February 2018

Poland: Interview on monitoring the supply chain by CSR Coordinator of LPP S.A.

Author: Anna Migdalska, Rzeczpospolita

Anna Miazga the CSR Coordinator at LPP SA, a polish retailing company, points out in this interview, respecting human rights by enterprises is an important topic not only from the point of view of one country or industry. It's a global problem. The...

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8 January 2018

China: Privacy worries increase among internet users, as Tencent denies storing WeChat records, Alibaba’s Ant Financial apologises for opting in users for credit scoring system

"Tencent Holdings, whose WeChat messaging app has more than 1 billion users worldwide, said it does not store any user chat histories, after Chinese automotive industry tycoon Li Shufu reportedly slammed the company for invading user privacy. "..."Ant...

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22 December 2017

UAE: International Centre for Justice and Human Rights calls on UN to investigate corporate accountability for human rights abuses

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13 December 2017
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22 November 2017

France: Analysis of penalties imposed on companies in new 'duty of vigilance' law

Author: Stéphane Brabant & Elsa Savourey, International Review of Compliance and Business Ethics

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