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5 July 2020

Cambodia: CSOs' report shows garment workers eat less to save money and sell land to repay debt

Author: Narin Sun, VOA

"New Report Shows Garment Workers Eating Less, Selling Land to Repay Debt", 30 June 2020...

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4 July 2020

Cambodia: ACLEDA Bank accuses three CSOs of defamation in its statement and urges govt to take action following CSOs' report on workers' inability to repay debt

Author: RFA

"Cambodian Bank Demands ‘Action’ Against NGOs Who Say Workers Need Debt Relief", 02 July 2020...

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3 July 2020

USA: Facebook CEO agrees to meet with organizers of massive Facebook advertising boycott over hate-speech, supported by multinationals

Author: Sheila Dang & Katie Paul (Reuters) in Business Insider

"Mark Zuckerberg has agreed to meet with the civil rights groups that sparked a massive Facebook advertising boycott", 01 Jul 2020...

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Article
2 July 2020

Transparency is crucial if Chinese companies are to mitigate deforestation risks from supply chains, blogger says

Author: Zhang Yige, China Dialogue

“How to eliminate the deforestation risks of palm oil imported to China?”, 24 June 2020...

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2 July 2020

Federated Hermes raises concerns over HSBC's public support of national security law in Hong Kong

Author: South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

“Asset manager Federated Hermes raises concerns over HSBC’s public support of national security law for Hong Kong”, 29 June 2020...

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Article
30 June 2020

COVID-19 highlights importance of addressing socio-economic inequalities for migrants to Middle East & No. Africa

Author: Georges Fahmi, Open Democracy

"For migrant workers in the MENA, flattening the curve of inequality is urgent," 29 Jun 2020...

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Report
30 June 2020

Full report

Author: Earthworks & MiningWatch Canada

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Blog post
29 June 2020

Ethical companies that respect human rights when lobbying will best survive the post-COVID 19 recession

Author: 29/06/20 - By Rocio Paniagua, Head of Business Integrity at Transparency International UK

Aggressive lobbying for bailouts or deregulation is bad for business long term, writes Rocio Paniagua of Transparency International UK

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Article
29 June 2020

Mizuho investors reject shareholder resolution on coal financing

Author: Bloomberg

"Mizuho Investors Reject Shareholder Climate Resolution", 24 June 2020...

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Blog post
29 June 2020

Renewable energy sector falling short on human rights, putting efforts to tackle the climate crisis at risk

Author: 29/06/20 - Adam Barnett, Communications Officer, BHRRC

New benchmark assesses 16 of the largest publicly-traded wind and solar producers

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