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Seven of 15 former Soviet countries have become “consolidated authoritarian regimes”, says new report; fall in oil prices linked to lack of transparency, accountability
Author: Nate Schenkkan, Freedom House
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As a company, Vodafone believes that diversity and freedom of individuals to move between countries strengthens societies and economies. However, European nations’ individual responses to the current refugee challenge are a matter for sovereign...
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Author: Front Line Defenders
This report highlights some of the main global and regional trends which emerged from Front Line Defenders work in 2014. In 2014,...[the organisation] issued 265 urgent appeals on over 400 human rights defenders at risk; it provided 418 security...
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Farmers from villages and settlements of Sivac, Kruscic, Lipar and Crvenka in Vojvodina are outraged at the Ministry of Agriculture of Serbia, which leased more than 3,000 hectares of the best arable land to the company “Al Rafaved” from the United...
Author: International Trade Union Confederation
"Serbia: General Strike to Protect Wages and Working Conditions", 17 July 2014...
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[PDF] Workers & minorities bear the brunt of abuse - Business & human rights in Eastern Europe & Central Asia
Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
This briefing provides an update about businesses’ impacts on human rights in Eastern Europe &...
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Author: Danish Institute for Human Rights & Belgrade Centre for Human Rights
The Danish Institute for Human Rights and the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights have just launched the Human Rights and Business Country Guide for Serbia. The Country Guide contains human rights risk information, localised recommendations and...
Author: CEE Bankwatch Network
Dear Prime Minister Li Keqiang...Given that many of the planned investments by Chinese companies in our region are in the energy sector, we would like to urge you to consider the need for our countries to phase out the use of fossil fuels and...