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18 June 2019
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12 June 2019
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Author: Agence Ecofin (Suisse)

"Nestlé Central & West Africa et l’AGRA soutiendront 2 000 jeunes entrepreneurs agricoles africains", 10 juin2019...

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11 June 2019
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Author: El Diario (España)

“Greenpeace acusa a las multinacionales de alentar la deforestación”, 11 de junio de 2019...

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11 June 2019
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Author: Entwicklungspolitik Online

Anlässlich des Internationalen Tages gegen Kinderarbeit (12. Juni) hat die Entwicklungsorganisation INKOTA die Bundesregierung aufgefordert, Unternehmen gesetzlich zur Einhaltung der Menschenrechte in ihren Auslandsgeschäften zu verpflichten. Noch...

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10 June 2019

Ivory Coast: 20 years after child labour pledge, chocolate companies still cannot guarantee products made without child labour

Author: Peter Whoriskey & Rachel Siegel, The Washington Post

"Cocoa's child laborers", 5 June 2019...

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23 May 2019
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Le 28 avril 2019, le New York Times a publié un rapport de David Segal sur les conditions de travail des réfugiés syriens effectuant un travail pénible dans les fermes produisant 70% des noisettes dans le monde pour des entreprises de confiserie telles...

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Company response
20 May 2019

Nestle responds to allegations of refugee labour abuse on Turkish hazelnut farms

Author: Yann Wiss, Nestle

 We stand by the position that our main partner – the Fair Labor Association (FLA) – released last week on this article: http://www.fairlabor.org/blog/entry/fla-comment-april-29-article-new-york-times 

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20 May 2019

Turkey: Nestle & Ferrero face allegations of labour rights abuses of Syrian refugee hazelnut farmers

On the 28th of April 2019, the New York Times published a report by David Segal investigating the working conditions of Syrian refugees who perform backbreaking labor on the farms that produce 70 percent of the world’s hazelnuts for confectionery...

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20 May 2019
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Author: Olivier Petitjean, Observatoire des multinationales (France)

« En Turquie, des réfugiés syriens exploités cueillent des noisettes pour Nestlé et Ferrero », 14 mai 2019 ...

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3 May 2019

Nestlé publishes its human rights training for employees

Author: The Danish Institute for Business & Human Rights

"Nestlé first company to publicly share its human rights training for employees", 30 April 2019...

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