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IRAdvocates Files Forced Child Labor Case Against Tech Giants Apple, Alphabet, Dell, Microsoft and Tesla for Aiding and Abetting Extreme Abuse of Children Mining Cobalt in DRC.
Author: International Rights Advocates (USA)
IRAdvocates filed a federal class action lawsuit today...on behalf of 14 Doe Plaintiffs who are either guardians of children killed in tunnel or wall collapses while mining cobalt in the Democratic Republic of Congo (“DRC”) or children who were maimed...
Author: Claire Tixeire, European Center for Constituional Law and Human Rights (ECCHR)
Autumn 2019 marked an important turn in the legal saga over whether French company Lafarge has been complicit in grave human rights violations in Syria. The Paris Court of Appeal issued its much-awaited decision on whether to uphold or to revoke the...
Author: 11/12/19 - Claire Tixeire, Senior Legal Advisor at the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR)
Claire Tixeire on the implications of the unfolding case against the French cement company
Author: Larry Catá Backer
[The] drive toward the legalization of the 2nd Pillar corporate responsibility actually produces a new sort of imperial system with human rights at its center and a confederation of [...] states which formed the family of "civilized nations" as they...
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Chile, Bolivia and Argentina: Concerns raised of how best to protect rights of communities in the “Lithium Triangle”
Author: Latin American Post
“The Lithium triangle has Latin America with a square head”, 23 de noviembre de 2019...
Author: 3bility Consulting, FIANT Consulting Oy
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Author: Washington Post (USA)
Having begun its term Monday, the Supreme Court jumps into one of its highest-profile cases Tuesday…...
Author: Gabriela Quijano, Amnesty International
Author: 2/9/19 - Antonella Angelini, Human Rights Institute, Columbia University
Despite some improvements, there are still issues that need to be addressed in the next round of negotiations, writes Antonella Angelini