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28 February 2020

Ethiopia: Employers, intl. brands, unions & govt. meet to discuss strategy for living wages in garment industry

Author: IndustriALL

"ACT initiative: a potential strategy for living wages in Ethiopia", 27 February 2020...

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28 February 2020
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27 February 2020

Canada: Proposed Modern Slavery Act fails to require companies to prevent or mitigate evidence of forced labour in supply chains, says Civil Society Groups

Author: Emily Dwyer, IPolitics

"Modern slavery bill misses the mark," 25 Feb 2020...

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27 February 2020

ECCJ publishes legal brief on minimum provisions EU mandatory due diligence legislation should include

Author: European Coalition for Corporate Justice (ECCJ)

"EU Model Legislation on Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights and the Environment - ECCJ Legal Brief", 26 February 2020...

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27 February 2020

Guatemala: alleged discovery of child labour on Nespresso coffee farms

Author: Kate Hodal, the Guardian

“… alleged discovery of child labour on farms used by coffee giant Nespresso…”...

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27 February 2020

Guatemala: Child labour found at coffee farms supplying to Nespresso; Includes company comments

Author: Zoe Drewett, Metro

"Nespresso exposed for using child labour at coffee farms", 26 February 2020...

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26 February 2020
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Author: Mongabay

“Perú: crimen organizado utiliza permisos de formalización minera para ‘lavar’ oro ilegal” - 24 de febrero de 2020...

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26 February 2020
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Author: Mode in Textile by ifth

« Durabilité: les entreprises pointées pour leur manque de transparence », 25 février 2020...

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26 February 2020

ILRF Calls for Greater Transparency on USG Implementation of Tariff Act

Author: International Labor Rights Forum

The U.S. has one of the most powerful tools for preventing the import of goods made by forced labor: the Tariff Act. Yet, Section 307 of the Tariff Act is rarely enforced.  In its new report released today – “Combatting Forced Labor and Enforcing...

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25 February 2020

Background note to ILO 'decent work in supply chains' meeting addresses limitations of disclosure regulation

Author: International Labour Organization (ILO)

"Achieving decent work in global supply chains. Report for discussion at the technical meeting on achieving decent work in global supply chains (Geneva, 25-28 February 2020)", 20 Feb 2020...

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