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19 November 2019
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4 November 2019

UK: Asda gives staff extra week to sign 'controversial' contract 6 or face dismissal

Author: Ashleigh Webber, Personnel Today

"Asda staff given extra week to sign new contract or lose jobs", 4 November 2019...

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23 October 2019

UK: Up to 12,000 Asda workers could face dismissal if they refuse new contract that reportedly leaves staff 'worse off'

Author: Sarah Butler, The Guardian

"Up to 12,000 Asda workers could lose jobs amid contract row " 21 October 2019...

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Article
19 August 2019

UK: ASDA staff protest over conditions of new contract

Author: BBC News

"Asda staff in Leeds protest over new working contract", 14 August 2019...

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30 July 2019

Australia: ExxonMobil workers end 2-year protest after reaching an agreement on ‘sham’ contracts

Author: The Guardian (Australia), People's World

"Australian workers win ExxonMobil strike after 742 days on picket line", 29 July 2019...

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4 June 2019
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Author: RFI

Alors que les discussions sur le gouvernement n’ont toujours pas abouti en RDC, le président Félix Tshisekedi a confirmé Albert Yuma, un proche de l’ex-président Kabila, à la tête de la Gécamines, l’entreprise minière du Congo qu’il dirige depuis 2010....

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29 November 2018
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Author: Olivier Caslin, Jeune Afrique

Accusée par différentes ONG de malversations, la Gécamines a rendu un rapport intitulé « la vérité sur les mensonges des ONG en RD Congo ». Albert Yuma, le patron de l'opérateur minier national, a qualifié ces attaques de « malhonnêtes et scandaleuses ...

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16 November 2018

DRC: Anti-corruption organisations question make-up of candidate’s campaign finance team

Author: Global Witness

[Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary...] the presidential candidate nominated by the incumbent in Democratic Republic of Congo for elections...due to take place on 23 December 2018...has assembled a campaign finance team containing officials who have overseen...

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30 October 2018

Powering Down Corruption: Tackling Transparency and Human Rights Risks from Congo’s Cobalt Mines to Global Supply Chains

Author: Annie Callaway, Enough Project

Throughout 2017 and 2018, my colleagues at the Enough Project have conducted field and supply chain research on potential links between corruption, violence, human rights violations, and cobalt mining in Congo. As a result of this research, the Enough...

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23 April 2018

Man reportedly buried alive at Sime Darby resurfaces in police custody & recounts his ordeal

Author: Edwin G. Genoway, Jr., Front Page Africa (Liberia)

"Liberia: Man Reportedly Buried Alive At Sime Darby Resurfaces", 19 April 2018...

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