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Updating the Resource Centre Digital Platform

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

We will soon be updating the site to improve its usability and better serve the thousands of people that use our site to support their work.

Please take an advance peek at our new look, and let us know what you think!

Thank you,
Alex Guy, Digital Officer

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26 July 2020

Cambodia: Authorities block garment workers from marching to PM's house to seek intervention in unpaid benefits and compensation dispute

Author: Narim Khuon, CamboJa

"Police block garment workers marching to Hun Sen’s house", 23 July 2020...

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24 July 2020

IHRB explores impacts of Covid-19 pandemic on Asian migrant workers

Author: IHRB

The coronavirus crisis has brought issues of inequality and injustice in society into the spotlight…...

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24 July 2020

Philippines: Police disperse garment workers at picket line citing lockdown as reason

Author: Partido Manggagawa (Labor Party – Philippines)

“Police disperse picketline using lockdown as alibi”, 11 April 2020...

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24 July 2020

Oman: Migrant health workers fighting COVID-19 are seen as a "disposable workforce", alleges report

Author: Francis Owtram, Annemarie Profanter, Elena Maestri, Open Democracy

Oman, like other Gulf states, has used migrant workers to achieve its development goals but has consistently failed to give back...The government of Oman has used the pandemic to accelerate its Omanization programme and the number of migrant workers in...

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23 July 2020

Latin America: Oxfam urges governments to protect indigenous rights to avoid ethnocide during the pandemic

Author: Oxfam

"AVERTING ETHNOCIDE: Indigenous peoples and territorial rights in crisis in the face of COVID-19 in Latin America", 20th July 2020...

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23 July 2020

Indian state of Telangana plunges returning migrants further into debt as it charges fees for quarantine

Author: Roli Srivastava, Thomson Reuters Fondation

"'Milking their misery': Indian state makes returning migrants pay for quarantine" 22 Jul 2020...

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23 July 2020

UAE: Interviews with migrant workers reveal many are reliant on charity for food & owed months of wages

Author: Reuters

"Migrant workers from India, Nepal 'totally hopeless' as UAE economy buckles", 23 Jul 2020...

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22 July 2020

Nike says China-based supplier stopped hiring employees from northwest amid forced labour allegations, but critics say further proof is needed

Author: Radio Free Asia

“Nike Says China-based Supplier Sent All Uyghur Workers Home Amid Forced Labor Allegations”, 21 July 2020...

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22 July 2020

Liberia: Local fishers fear for livelihoods and food security as Chinese supertrawlers arrive

Author: Environmental Justice Foundation

“Liberian fishing communities threatened by Chinese supertrawlers”, 14 July 2020...

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22 July 2020

What US businesses need to know about the proposed EU law on corporate due diligence

Author: 22/7/20 - Ben Rutledge, Research Fellow, Corporate Responsibility Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School

Following the EU Justice Commissioner's announcement in April, Ben Rutledge from the Harvard Kennedy School looks at what a law could mean for US companies.

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