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11 December 2018

Environmental human rights defenders prevented from attending COP24

Author: Amnesty International

"At least 13 staff members and activists of environmental organizations were refused entry to Poland over the weekend during the UN Conference on Climate Change, COP24, held in Katowice. In addition, three staff members of environmental organizations...

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10 December 2018

Poland's restrictions on protest keep representatives from civil society groups barred from participating in COP24

Author: Katharina Rall, Human Rights Watch

"...Human Rights Watch is aware of at least 13 people whom Polish authorities, over the past week, barred from entering Poland and making their voices heard at the climate change gathering in the city of Katowice....

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4 December 2018

Fundamental Rights Agency finds that civil society in EU is facing increasing challenges & explores role of business

The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) report from January 2018 looked into the different types and patterns of challenges that civil society organizations working on human rights face in the European Union. In September 2018, FRA...

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4 December 2018

Poland: Civil society raises concerns around restrictions on protests as COP 24 climate negotiations kick off

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8 November 2018

Criminal complaint against Dutch ship-building firm for allegedly profiting from forced labour of N. Korean worker

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8 November 2018

EU Parliament to investigate case of 22 Filipino truck drivers found living & working in "dire conditions" in Denmark

Danish police raided a property on 30 October and allegedly found 22 Filipino drivers living in “slum-like” conditions in containers. The property is owned by the Danish employer, Kurt Beier Transport. The CEO of Kurt Beier Transport said that he regr...

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18 October 2018

Businesses called on to champion EU integration & liberal values during 2019 European Parliament elections

Author: Alberto Alemanno, Social Europe

"A European Super-PAC To Take On Bannon’s Illiberal Shock Troops", 24 Jul 2018...

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3 September 2018

Poland: Govt. to work with Amazon to improve conditions at facilities amid union concerns of worker exploitation; incl. co comments

Author: Dorota Bartyzel, Bloomberg

"Poland Vows to Improve Working Conditions at Amazon Warehouses", 30 August 2018...

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27 August 2018

Global Network Initiative report details human rights impacts of internet shutdowns & recommends involving businesses in advocacy against disruptions

Author: Jan Rydzak, Global Network Initiative

Since 2011, network disruptions and large-scale network shutdowns have become a widespread tool of information control. Governments in at least four continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America) have shut down connectivity or social media... ...

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27 July 2018

Poland: Timelines for implementing action points contained in NAP by individual govt. ministries now publicly available (in Polish)

Author: Polish Institute for Human Rights and Business

Note: The Polish National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights (NAP) states that by the end of 2017 individual ministries are to develop specific timelines setting out a road map for how action points contained in the Polish NAP are to be...

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