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7 June 2016

New interactive platform tracks construction companies’ action on migrant worker rights in the Gulf

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Article
10 June 2016

The Gulf: Cleaning up construction

Available at business-humanrights.org...an interactive platform that aims to track construction companies on their performance and action related to migrant workers’ rights in the Persian Gulf region. Based on a survey, it includes their direct...

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Article
5 December 2016

South Korean Construction Industry Silent on Worker Abuse in Gulf States

Author: Daniel Corks, Korea Expose (South Korea)

Construction companies operating in the Gulf are failing to protect migrant workers from abusive working arrangements, showing a concerning lack of transparency on the safeguards they have in place, says Business & Human Rights Resource Centre.....

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6 December 2016

International media coverage of our outreach to construction firms on migrant worker rights

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Report
21 May 2019

South Korea: Report calls on Korean corporations and govt. to act and stop human rights violations and environmental destruction in Indonesian palm oil industry

Author: Korea Federation for Environmental Movements and Advocates for Public Interest Law

“Korean CSOs call on Korean Government and corporations to take immediate measures to stop serious deforestation and human rights violations in the palm oil industry”, 20 May 2019...

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