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- Labour-Rights-Responsibilities-Guide (LARRGE): Innovative online guide to corporate social responsibility tools
- Author & date: Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights, 28 Jun 2010
- [PDF] "Better Jobs in Better Supply Chains" - includes case studies on business initiatives
- Author and date: Oxfam International, Feb 2010
- [PDF] "The Labour Principles of the United Nations Global Compact: A Guide for Business"
- Author: UN Global Compact
- [PDF] "Rules of the Game: A brief introduction to international labour standards"
- Author and date: ILO 2009
- ILO Helpdesk for Business on Intl. Labour Standards
- Author: ILO
- [PDF] "Human Rights Translated" - see pg. 91-108 sections on: right to work; right to enjoy just and favorable conditions of work; right to form trade unions and join a trade union and the right to strike; right to social security, including social insurance
- Author and date: Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, International Business Leaders Forum, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, 2008
- [PDF] "Las Reglas de Juego - una breve introduccion a las normas internacionales de trabajo"
- Organización Internacional del Trabajo
- [PDF] « Les regles du jeu : Une brève introduction aux normes internationales du travail »
- L'Organisation internationale du travail
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Author: Kamva Somdyala, news24 (So. Africa)
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South Africa: Court rules in favour of employee dismissed from TDF Network Africa over religious beliefs
Author: The Saturday Star & IOL
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Eritrea: Human rights activists allege EU-financed road project uses forced labour; EU denies allegation
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Author: Fair Action (Sweden), Fair Finance Guide International, The Future in Our Hands (Norway)
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Bangladesh: Fair Action reports that Nordic banks fail to hold H&M and other brands accountable to living wage promises
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