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15 September 2019
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13 September 2019

Amnesty International report finds arms companies failing to address human rights risks; incl. co comments

The defence sector plays an important yet often overlooked role in the supply of military goods and services to countries involved in committing human rights violations, argues Amnesty International. For their report "Outsourcing Responsibilty", the...

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13 September 2019

NSO group develops human rights policy, vowing to abide by UN Guiding Principles, but human rights watchdogs are sceptical

Author: Steven Scheer, Reuters

"Cyber firm NSO vows to tackle human rights misuse", 10 Sep 2019...

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27 August 2019

Saudi Arabia: Workers settle unpaid wages totalling US$1.5m through govt. complaints mechanism

Author: Gulf Business

"Saudi authorities settle dues worth SAR5.7m owed to 134 expats," 26 Aug 2019...

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14 August 2019

Cambodia: Phnom Penh Municipal Court sentences a former govt. official to 15 years imprisonment for trafficking workers to Saudi Arabia

Author: Chakrya Sophak Khouth, The Phnom Penh Post

"Former gov’t official gets 15 years for trafficking", 13 August 2019...

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13 August 2019

UK: Global Witness calls on govt. to act on pledge to support defenders in face of violence related to mining, oil & gas projects

Author: Ben Leather, Global Witness

"The UK has pledged to support human rights defenders – but will it follow through?", 07 Aug 2019...

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12 August 2019

Verisk Maplecroft's Human Rights Outlook 2019 says risks spread for businesses & civil society as more countries embrace authoritarian tactics

Author: Verisk Maplecroft

"‘Strongmen’ regimes lead charge against freedom of speech and privacy: Human Rights Outlook 2019", 07 Aug 2019...

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19 July 2019

India: Govt. records 77,155 labour abuse allegations by migrant workers in the Gulf between 2016-2019

The Indian government has released figures detailing the numbers of allegations of labour abuse it has received from migrant workers to the Gulf countries in the four years between 2016 and 2019. 77,155 complaints were made to embassies and consulates...

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19 June 2019

Novalpina Capital promises enhanced respect for human rights at NSO Group following allegations that its technology was used to spy on defenders

Author: Stephanie Kirchgaessner & Jon Swaine, The Guardian

"WhatsApp spyware: UK firm promises new 'respect for human rights' following allegations", 18 Jun 2019...

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12 June 2019

African trade unions urge government action on fair recruitment as cases of migrant labour exploitation in the Gulf increase

A study from the organisation of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC–Africa), the umbrella body of all Trade Unions in Africa, found workers had experienced a range of abuses including unscrupulous recruitment agencies and fees, a lack of...

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