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26 August 2019

Fertiliser companies accused of complicity in Morocco's occupation of Western Sahara

“The indigenous Sahrawi people accuse the New Zealand fertiliser companies of helping prop up their oppression. In the same way that blood diamonds refer to precious stones mined to finance a warlord's activities, they say what is being mined in Weste...

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15 August 2019

MENA facilities management company Emrill cancels contracts with suppliers failing to improve labour standards

Author: Ashley Williams, Construction Week Online (UAE)

"Emrill ramps up worker welfare standards through Cips partnership", 14 Aug 2019...

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28 May 2019

Qatar: Public sector institutions pledge to support fair recruitment of migrant workers through procurement procedures

Author: ILO

"Public sector clients pledge action to foster fair recruitment", 21 May 2019...

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21 May 2019

UK: One third of govt.'s top 100 suppliers fail to meet Modern Slavery Act requirements, report says

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4 May 2019
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Author: Pierre Hamdi, France 24, The Observers(英国)

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30 April 2019

Cambodia: Phnom Penh Municipal Court sentences a massage parlour owner to 2 years imprisonment for offering illegal prostitution

Author: Buth Reaksmey Kongkea, Khmer Times

"Court convicts massage parlour owner over prostitution", 29 April 2019...

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29 April 2019
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29 April 2019

Dem. Rep. of Congo: Local community claims Chinese construction company CREC 7 charges excessive tolls on unsafe road; company comments included

Author: Pierre Hamdi, France 24, The Observers

"Chinese construction company sets up toll booth in Congo, angers locals", 22 April 2019....

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28 April 2019
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28 April 2019
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Author: Resource Matters (Belgique)

Le rapport Ni Vus Ni Connus documente comment les grandes entreprises qui achètent du cobalt en RDC ne font pas assez pour atténuer les risques de corruption potentiels dans leurs chaînes d’approvisionnement. Cela est en contradiction avec leur soutien...

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