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Article
9 December 2019

Indian Parliament issues notice to NSO Group seeking details about its malware & impact

Author: Times of India

"Government issued notice to NSO; WhatsApp didn't inform about vulnerability in system; Prasad", 28 November 2019...

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Report
9 September 2019

India: Report finds business practices of major apparel brands are 'undermining' progress on eradicating labour exploitation in garment supply chains

Author: Andrew Crane, Vivek Soundararajan, Michael Bloomfield, Laura J. Spence & Genevieve LeBaron

"Top fashion brands’ business practices are undermining progress on ending garment worker exploitation, reveals new report", 4 September 2019...

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Article
16 August 2019

Australia & ASEAN launched a 10-year counter-trafficking initiative backed by A$80 million ($54 million) of funding to help businesses root out slavery in their supply chains

Author: Michael Taylor, Reuters

"Australia to help ASEAN firms tackle slavery in supply chains", 8 August 2019...

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Blog post
12 February 2019

A supply chain of complicity: Labour exploitation in Qatar and migrant workers' access to justice

Author: Linde Bryk, LLM, Legal Advisor on Business and Human Rights, ECCHR

"I had no option. When you are caught between a rock and a hard place, you take the option at hand."

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Story
7 January 2019

India: Unsafe workspace has resulted in lower female workforce participation

Despite its growing economy, India has one of lowest female labour force participation rates in the world. The factors contributing to this phenomenon are multi-faceted. Concerns of personal safety, security including fear of sexual harassment and opp...

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Article
7 January 2019

India: To reverse decline of women in labour force, make working spaces safe

Author: Nishtha Satyam and Francine Pickup, The Wire, India

"To reverse decline of women in labour Force, India must make its working spaces safe", 2 December 2018...

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Article
19 December 2018

India: 14 miners remain trapped in flooded Meghalaya coal mine

Author: Abhishek Saha, The Indian Express

"Six days on, 14 miners remain trapped in flooded Meghalaya coal mine", 18 December 2018...

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Article
5 December 2018

India: UN experts condemn deadly police response to protest against Vedanta's copper smelting plant

Author: UN Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner (OHCHR)

"UN experts condemn deadly police response to protest against copper smelting plant in India, call for probe", 31 May 2018...

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Article
8 November 2018

India: Delhi increases minimum wage

Author: The Times News Network (TNN), India

After SC nod, government restores increase in minimum wage, 2 November 2018...

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Article
25 February 2018

Singapore: Migrant workers struggle with low wages absent a minimum wage law; incidences of non-payment are common

Author: Kirsten Han, CNN

"Singapore's migrant workers struggle to get paid", 25 February 2018...

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