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10 December 2019

On Int'l Human Rights Day, Filipino business leaders are called to speak up for human rights

Author: Bennett Freeman, Chair of the Global Witness Advisory Board, in Business World

"Business and human rights", 08 Dec 2019...

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28 November 2019
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Author: Antoine Hasday et Nicolas Quénel, BastaMag

...Sous la triple pression de l'agriculture, du trafic de bois et de l'industrie du tourisme, les deux tiers des forêts de l'île [de Palawan] ont déjà disparu. Des espèces protégées (pangolins, hippocampes...) sont braconnées sur terre ou sur mer, puis...

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27 November 2019

Australia: Westpac accused of multiple legal breaches, allegedly allowing customers to pay for child sexual abuse

The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (Austrac) has accused Westpac of multiple legal breaches which allowed its customers to pay for overseas child abuse unchallenged, highlighting the importance of transnational cooperation. Westpac...

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25 November 2019

China: Alipay's Any Forest turns green choices into trees; questions raised over viability of tech plus environment model

Author: Wang Chen, China Dialogue

“Can mobile payment apps spur green living?”, 20 November 2019...

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24 November 2019

Philippines: Indigenous people's group files a case against Environment Secretary for allegedly allowing illegal operation of coffee plantation

Author: CNN Philippines Staff

"Environment chief sued for allowing 'illegal' operation of coffee plantation", 15 Nov 2019...

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22 November 2019

Report provides good practice guidance for gender-responsive implementation of extractive projects

The Danish Institute for Human Rights released a report which analyses gender issues that arise during extractive project implementation, and provides good practice guidance and case studies to conduct gender-responsive due diligence. This story also...

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11 November 2019

Philippines: Govt. declares NGOs Oxfam and Farmers Development Center as fronts for communist terrorist groups

Author: Mara Cepeda, Rappler

"Red-tagged Oxfam, NCCP slam military for 'malicious, careless' attack", 6 Nov 2019...

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4 November 2019

Philippines: Labour leader Reynaldo Malaborbor shot dead

Author: Justin Umali, Bulatlat.com

"Peasant activist shot dead in front of house", 5 Nov 2019...

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4 November 2019

Philippines: 57 labour & civil society activists arrested & detained in police & military raids

On the evening of 31 October 2019, 57 members of labour and civil society organisations were arrested and detained in simultaneous military and police raids in Manila and Bacolod in the Philippines. Among those arrested are trade unionists, labour...

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3 November 2019

Philippines: Govt. reports no change to gender pay gap in the agriculture sector in 3 years

Author: Ian Nicolas Cigaral, Philstar.com

"Gender pay gap in Philippine farm sector persisted in 2018 — PSA", 31 Oct 2019...

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