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Author: Marya Farah, 4 June 2020
Situations of occupation, like other conflict-affected areas, present complex environments where businesses are at risk of causing, contributing, or being linked to gross human rights impacts and violations of international humanitarian law.
Author: Korea Herald
“Airbnb hosts squeezed by COVID-19, angry at refund policies”, 30 March 2020...
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Author: BBC News
“Airbnb, Expedia, Booking... las empresas que según la ONU colaboran con los asentamientos ilegales de Israel en Cisjordania” – 13 de febrero de 2020...
UN publishes list of 112 companies operating in Israeli settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories
In February 2020, the UN published a list of companies with business ties to Israeli settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPTs). The list's publication comes after years of delay following a UN Human Rights Council mandate for the...
Author: Tom McKay, Gizmodo
Short-term apartment rental site Airbnb has banned over 60 users of Iron March, the defunct white supremacist web forum that recently had its entire SQL database leaked to the internet... Airbnb added that it has taken steps to remove attendees and...
Author: Tim Fitzsimons, NBC News
"Over 200 major companies sign Supreme Court brief in favor of LGBTQ workers," 2 July 2019...
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Author: Amnesty international
Responding to Airbnb’s announcement that they will no longer be removing all listings in illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank following a class action lawsuit by Israeli lawyers, Amnesty International’s Business and Human Rights Researcher,...
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