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6 Aug 2014

Brazil: NGOs launch campaign against slave-like conditions in construction companies; includes company responses

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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited construction companies Anglo American, Brookfield, Emccamp, MRV, OAS and Racional to respond to allegations of human rights abuses in their operations in Brazil, contained in a campaign by NGO Walk Free (in partnership with Repórter Brasil & Comissão Pastoral da Terra (CPT). All companies responded, except OAS. The campaign and all the company responses, except Anglo American's, are available only in Portuguese, above.

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