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13 May 2020

Tool provides guidance to companies on protecting the right to health in accordance with human rights due diligence standards

Author: Ana Dangova Hug, Inter Partes

"Tool on (Children's) Right to Health and Businesses: Unpacking the Human Rights Due Diligence Standard", May 2020...

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11 May 2020

Law firm releases tool kit for implementing human rights due diligence for children in supply chains

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3 March 2020
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Author: Agencia de noticias Ecologistas Tengatai (Ecuador)

Presentan acción de protección contra mecheros – 19 de febrero...

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11 February 2020
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Author: Noticias ONU

“Contra la pornografía infantil, Estados y empresas deben garantizar los derechos de los niños en internet” - 11 de febrero de 2020...

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29 December 2019

UNICEF reports what children think about health, privacy and trust in a digital world

Author: UNICEF UK

"Health, Privacy, and Trust in a Digital World What do Children & Young People Think?", December 2019...

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27 November 2019

Cambodia: Child Protection Unit creates an online group to combat any form of child sexual exploitation and abuse

Author: Sochan Ry, The Phnom Penh Post

"Child Protection Unit forms online group to fight cyber exploitation", 25 November 2019...

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31 October 2019
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Rede da Criança lançou em setembro de 2019, em Moçambique, os documentos Mapeamento e Documento Guia sobre Negócios e Direitos da Criança, que abordam quadro legal e institucional que contribuem para o bem-estar da criança no país. São tratados os tem...

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24 September 2019
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Author: Rede da Criança (Mozambique)

 “Documento Guia sobre Negócios e Direitos da Criança”, 23 de setembro de 2019...

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5 August 2019

Lebanon: Companies boost equality in the workplace

Lebanese law currently allows women to take up to 10 weeks paid maternity leave and men to take just three days off, but this falls far short of the recommended six months. Moreover, the paternity leave policy is reportedly neither applied nor enforced...

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24 July 2019
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Author: Página 12 (Argentina)

“Unicef: dos de cada 10 empresas comprometidas con la niñez” - 24 de julio de 2019...

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