Related stories and components
Author: Amanda Tattam, Victorian Trades Hall Council
Author: Lisa Girion, Los Angeles Times
A group of Burmese refugees won a landmark victory Tuesday when a Los Angeles judge ruled that Unocal Corp. could be tried for human rights violations, including forced labor, that allegedly occurred during construction of a $1.2-billion natural gas...
Author: Alex Kirby, BBC News
The Pacific nation of Tuvalu has secured New Zealand's agreement to accept an annual quota of its citizens as refugees. They want to leave Tuvalu because they say rising sea levels are driving them out. Tuvalu says the cause of the rise is climate...
- Related in-depth areas: Latest news on Pacific Business & Human Rights
Author: conference organised by Humanitarian Affairs Review and The Business Humanitarian Forum, with The World Bank and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, and in association with the United Nations Office for Project Services [UNOPS] and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees [UNHCR]