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Author: Faras Ghani, Al Jazeera
In August, there were calls for Qatar to completely "remove the power imbalance between employees and the employers" after at least 5,000 workers took to the streets to protest salary delays and working conditions....
Author: Al Jazeera
…[A] report released on Friday shows that BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, holds extensive investments in the sectors deemed responsible for the devastation of forests in Brazil....
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A video and images circulating online appear to show hundreds of migrant workers taking part in strikes in Qatar over the 4th and 5th August. Human Rights Watch (HRW) and media report the workers are protesting against poor working conditions, wage...
Report examines changes in Twitter since Arab Spring & how it became govt. tool to silence human rights defenders
Author: Yarno Ritzen, Al Jazeera
'It exists to demobilise opposition': How Twitter fails Arabs", 16 Jul 2019...
Author: 1/7/19- Adam Barnett, Communications Officer, BHRRC
G20 states have a role to play in tackling forced labour, by passing laws to regulate business, says Felicitas Weber on Al Jazeera's Inside Story (28th June).
Thailand: Appeals Court upholds lower court's verdict, ordering migrant rights' defender Andy Hall to pay 10 million baht to Natural Fruit
Author: Finnwatch (Finland)
"Appeals Court orders Andy Hall to pay 10 million baht in damages to Natural Fruit", 22 May 2019...
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Guatemala: Indigenous land defender, accused of inciting community members to set fire to palm oil crop, is acquitted of all charges
Author: Rabble (Canada)
“Indigenous land defender freed by court after two years in prison”, 28th April 2019...
Saudi Arabia: Digital activist calls for open, decentralized platforms that don’t archive or sell users’ information
Author: Manal Al-Sharif, The New York Times (USA)
"The Dangers of Digital Activism", 16 Sep 2018...
The Spanish government reversed its decision to scrap a deal to sell 400 laser-guided missiles to Saudi Arabia, despite earlier reservations the hi-tech weapons may kill civilians in Yemen's devastating war. Foreign Minister Josep Borrell said on...
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