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9 September 2019

US State Department calls for feedback on draft guidance for export of surveillance technology

Author: US Department of State

"Draft U.S. Government Guidance for the Export of Surveillance Technology", 4 September 2019...

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8 September 2019

Cambodia: Govt vows to end child labour in brick industry by 2020; CSOs call for solutions to address poverty as root cause

Author: Leonie Kijewski, VOANews

"Cambodia Launches Campaign to End Child Labor in Brick Industry," 07 September 2019...

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8 September 2019

Malaysia: High Court dismisses Malaysia Airline case vs. union leader; rules that public statements about workers' rights are protected

Author: V Anbalagan, FreeMalaysia Today

"Landmark High Court decision against Malaysia Airlines empowers union leaders," 04 September 2019...

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8 September 2019

Uniqlo partners with ILO to improve labour protection for workers in Asia

Author: Japan Today

"Uniqlo operator ties up with ILO to improve Asia worker environemnts," 05 September 2019...

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7 September 2019

Australia: BHP urged to suspend membership of industry associations whose actions oppose effective action on climate change

Author: Derek Rose, AAP

"Activists want BHP to quit industry groups", 4 September 2019...

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7 September 2019

Malaysia: Date to resume bauxite mining to be set after a halt following residents' complaints on air pollution

Author: Free Malaysia Today

"Pahang govt to determine date to resume bauxite operations", 7 September 2019...

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7 September 2019

Papua New Guinea: Chinese-owned Ramu Nickel spills 200,000 litres of toxic slurry into the sea; co. commits to address compensation

Author: Liam Fox, ABC

"Chinese-owned Ramu Nickel plant spills 200,000 litres of 'toxic' slurry into the sea", 30 August 2019...

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7 September 2019

Philippine Govt. probes tech co. selected to revamp database that records Filipino workers' contracts & welfare in Hongkong

Author: Raquel Carvalho, South China Morning Post

"Hong Kong social enterprise claims 'unfair treatment' in investigation launched by Philippine labour secretary", 6 September 2019  The Philippine government is investigating its officials in Hong Kong over the consulate's introduction of a new dat...

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7 September 2019

Abu Dhabi Labour Tribunal settles group dispute of 320 workers in a record period

Author: Emirates News Agency

The Abu Dhabi Labour Tribunal at the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department,ADJD, in cooperation with the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation and Abu Dhabi General Services Company,Musanada, has succeeded in ending a collective labour dispute...

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6 September 2019

Argentina: Oil workers on national strike demanding wage improvements

Author: Latin American Post

“Argentina: Oil workers strike hits exports”, 6th September 2019...

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