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Kenya: Starkey Hearing Technologies using artificial intelligence to help the deaf from poor background access hearing aid
Author: Faustine Ngila, Business Daily (Kenya)
"Multipurpose hearing device targets the poor"...
- Related in-depth areas: Technology and Human Rights: Artificial Intelligence
Norway: Govt. wealth fund to invest again in 5 companies previously excluded over human rights concerns
Author: Pensions & Investments
"Norway's sovereign wealth giant investing again in 5 companies", 26 June 2019...
Many segments of the business and human rights field have been co-opted & captured by corporate actors
Author: Benjamin Hoffman, Human Rights Clinic of Columbia Law School
Antonella Angelini speaks with Benjamin Hoffman, a lawyer specialising in international human rights law and corporate accountability. He was Amazon Staff Attorney with EarthRights International from 2011 to 2013. He is now the Acting Director of Columbia Law School’s Human Rights Clinic.
Author: Ebere Agozie, Sundiatapost (Nigeria)
‘Air pollution: Nigeria must take immediate action to save lives – Expert’ 6 June 2019...
- Related in-depth areas: Climate change
Commentary: Policies & the power imbalance between employers & employees will shape how workers fare with increased use of automation
Author: Jeff Spross, The Week
"How robots became a scapegoat for the destruction of the working class", 29 April, 2019...
- Related in-depth areas: Technology and Human Rights: Automation
Author: Felex Share, The Herald
"Diamond policy gets Cabinet nod", 6 December 2018....
Tetley becomes third UK tea brand to publish list of suppliers; experts say transparency must be followed by action to improve conditions for workers
Author: Annie Banerji, Thomson Reuters Foundation
"UK's Tetley reveals tea suppliers in push for slave-free sourcing", 2 Nov 2018...
Busines & Human Rights Resource Centre invited General Dynamics to respond to the allegations raised by War on Want. General Dynamics did not respond.
- Related stories: NGO: British financial institutions complicit in Israeli war crimes
- This is a non response from the following companies: General Dynamics
In July 2017, War on Want (WoW) published a report claiming that UK-based banks and investment companies are complicit in Israeli war crimes against Palestinians. The financial institutions cited in the report have allegedly invested in defence...