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14 November 2019

Failing workers by design: The fatal assurances of the social auditing industry

Author: 14/9/19 - Christie Miedema, Campaign and Outreach Coordinator at Clean Clothes Campaign

Social audits fail workers by design - any solution needs to focus on the root causes of abuse, writes Christie Miedema.

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8 November 2019

USA: Instacart workers strike over wage cuts following adjustments to tipping policy

Author: April Glaser, Slate

"Instacart Workers Are Striking Because of the App’s User Interface", 5 November 2019...

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25 October 2019

Calls for advancement of dignity and human rights in the built environment lifecycle in new report

Author: Annabel Short, Institute for Human Rights and Business

“Dignity by Design – Human Rights and the Built Environment Lifecycle”, 1 July 2019...

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25 October 2019

Draft Principles for Dignity in the Built Environment launched

In July 2019, the Institute of Human Rights and Business (IHRB) published a report entitled 'Dignity by Design' which calls for action in the built environment lifecylce, shaping society's response to global challenges like inequality, mass-migration,...

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Article
25 October 2019

"There is no monster under the bed?"

Author: Legal Design

Transitional justice entails processes following a period of conflict and is associated with a society’s attempts to come to terms with a legacy of large-scale past human rights abuse. It involves four processes: obtaining truth regarding the...

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25 October 2019

Draft Principles for Dignity in the Built Environment

Author: Institute for Human Rights and Business

"Draft Principles for Dignity in the Built Environment Open for Consultation", 18 July 2019...

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9 October 2019

New app helps detect labour exploitation in supply chains, according to report

Author: Mekong Club and United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society

“Apprise Audit Impact Assessment: Detecting Labour Exploitation in Supply Chains”, 9 Oct 2019...

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8 October 2019

Vans reportedly removes submission depicting Hong Kong protesters from design competition, sparking heated backlash and boycott

Author: Jordyn Holman, Bloomberg

“Vans Is Latest U.S. Company Caught Up in Hong Kong Protests”, 8 Oct 2019...

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Article
1 October 2019

India: Next, Varner & Shop Direct collaborate on project to improve conditions in fabric mills, engaging over 9,000 female workers

Author: Beth Wright, just-style

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23 September 2019

Gold Mining: South Africa's Public and Private Violence Part I

Author: Tladi Marumo, Legal Design

In 2011, South Africa’s Constitutional Court in an unprecedented step classified the gold mining industry’s historical and ongoing systemic exposure of mineworkers to occupational lung disease as acts of public and private violence. ... Gold mining b...

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