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The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

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9 June 2020

KnowTheChain: Ranking companies' efforts to address forced labour in their supply chains

KnowTheChain is a resource for businesses and investors who need to understand and address forced labor risks within their supply chains....

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8 June 2020

Impacts of COVID-19 on supply chain workers in the electronics sector

Electronics factory in Shenzhen - photo credit: Steve Jurvetson COVID-19 poses risks to workers in global supply chains, including those in the electronics sector, and in particular workers in vulnerable conditions such as migrant workers. Such risks ...

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29 May 2020

Mexico: Maquila companies accused of a range of labour and health rights violations throughout the pandemic; incl. 2 company responses

The Business and Human Rights Resource Centre invited 15 companies from the manufacturing industry with opperations in Mexico to respond to the wide range of labour and health rights violations against workers throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. The...

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Company response
28 May 2020
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Author: LG Electronics

...Para LG Electronics, lo más importante es la seguridad de nuestros colaboradores y socios comerciales. Trabajamos con las autoridades locales y federales, para garantizar la seguridad en todos los sentidos en nuestra planta de Mexicali (además de...

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2 March 2020

South Korea: Firms temporarily suspend operations as new coronavirus cases involving employees are confirmed

Author: Korea Herald

“Spike in coronavirus cases disrupt Samsung, LG, Hyundai plants”, 1 March 2020...

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1 March 2020

China: 83 major brands implicated in report on forced labour of ethnic minorities from Xinjiang assigned to factories across provinces; Includes company responses

In March 2020, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) published a report Uyghurs for sale: ‘Re-education’, forced labour and surveillance beyond Xinjiang, which identified 83 foreign and Chinese companies as allegedly directly or indirectly...

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1 March 2020

Major brands implicated in report on forced labour beyond Xinjiang

Author: Australian Strategic Policy Institute

[The Australian Strategic Policy Institute published a report entitled "Uyghurs for sale - ‘Re-education’, forced labour and surveillance beyond Xinjiang" in February 2020.]...

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18 February 2020

China: Facial recognition firms claim to be able to identify masked faces, raising privacy concerns

Author: Quartz

“China’s facial-recognition giant says it can crack masked faces during the coronavirus”, 18 February 2020...

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4 February 2020

China: Technology firms maintain manufacturing operations despite government calls for companies to halt work to stop coronavirus spread

Author: Reuters

“Huawei, Chinese chip makers keep factories humming despite virus outbreak”, 3 February...

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4 February 2020
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Author: 钜亨新闻

“武汉肺炎期间不停工!华为、中芯等科技大厂照常营运”,2020年2月3日...

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