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20 April 2018
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Author: Entwicklungspolitik Online

Am 24. April jährt sich die Katastrophe von "Rana Plaza" zum fünften Mal. Beim Zusammenbruch des maroden Gebäudekomplexes in Bangladesch, in dem Textilfabriken untergebracht waren, starben am 24. April 2013 mehr als 1.100 Menschen. Aus diesem Anlass...

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20 April 2018
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Author: Eva Sas, Les Echos

« Rana Plaza, 5 ans après », 15 avril 2018...

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18 April 2018

Corporate Accountability Lab releases intellectual property licenses allowing authors to sue buyers if creations used in unethical supply chains

Author: Corporate Accountability Lab (USA)

"+CAL Ethical IP Licensing", March 2018...

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18 April 2018

Myanmar: Female garment workers report sexual harassment and routine pregnancy tests in factories

Author: ABC (Australia)

14 April 2018...

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17 April 2018
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Author: ONU Medio Ambiente, Gobierno de Honduras

“Honduras incorpora lineamientos estratégicos de consumo y producción sostenibles en sus proyectos de desarrollo”, 12 de abril de 2018...

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16 April 2018

Clean Clothes Campaign criticises H&M for making "bold claims" about progress on living wage in sustainability report; incl. co comments

Author: Michelle Russell, 13 April 2018

"H&M under fire over living wage claims", 13 April 2018...

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10 April 2018

India: Top 100 companies have inadequate corporate social responsibility commitments

Author: Shreya Khaitan, India Spend

"India's biggest companies still pay little attention to impact on community", 5 April 2018...

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10 April 2018
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Author: Béatrice Héraud, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

« Primark, Ferrero, Unilever... De grandes entreprises acceptent d'être transparentes sur leur chaîne d'approvisionnement », 9 avril 2018...

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9 April 2018

Zimbabwe: HRW report claims child labour & rights abuses rife in tobacco farms

Human Rights Watch recently released a report titled A Bitter Harvest: Child Labour and Human Rights Abuses on Tobacco Farms in Zimbabwe, documenting how children work in hazardous conditions, performing tasks that threaten their health and safety or...

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5 April 2018
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Author: UmweltDialog

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