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Blog post
19 January 2020

Interview with Jonathan Mesulam, Papua New Guinea (PNG).

Jonathan Mesulam, PNG, a spokesman for the Alliance of Solwara Warriors, led a successful campaign to stop the Canadian miner, Nautilus Minerals, from commencing exploratory (first in the world) seabed mining in the waters off PNG, at a site called Solwara 1.

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Event
17 January 2020

Business and Human Rights Summer School 3rd Edition

Course | 29 June-3 July |

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Article
7 January 2020

UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights: 2019 highlights and opportunities for the New Year

Author: UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights

“UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights: December 2019 Newsletter”, December 2019...

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Article
31 December 2019

India: Rights Commission orders govt. to report on pending salaries of workers of now defunct paper mills

Author: Swapnaneel Bhattacharjee, The Telegraph

"NHRC seeks Delhi report on mills", 1 January 2020...

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Story
24 December 2019

Database & report highlight the connection between human rights & the SDGs & provide examples of positive business action

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Blog post
15 December 2019

Interview: Emmanuel Peni, Coordinator of Project Sepik, Papua New Guinea

Emmanuel Peni is the coordinator of Project Sepik (PS), the organisation of people fighting to stop the mining project called 'Frieda River Project' by the Australia-based and Chinese government owned company PanAust. The ‘Frieda River Project’ submitted an application for a mining license - the mine is planned to be developed in the Frieda river area. The mine's tailings will be dammed and dumped into the Sepik River.

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Event
5 December 2019

A UK failure to prevent mechanism for corporate human rights harms: Is it legally feasible?

Event | 11 February | London

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Article
25 November 2019

Kazakhstan: NGOs urge Korea National Oil Corporation to address concerns over pollution allegedly caused by oil production activities

Author: Crude Accountability and other NGOs

We are writing to express our deep concern for the Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC) associated oil production and the threat to one of the largest and most unique underground freshwater desposit Kokzhide in Kazakhstan. This letter addresses...

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Article
19 November 2019

Sierra Leone: Environmental rights group sued for defamation by multinational agribusiness firm

Author: Kemo Cham, Farmland Grab

‘Sierra Leone environmentalist fights contempt charges in High Court’ 9 November 2019...

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Article
18 November 2019

Responsible Sourcing Network proposes initiative to prevent forced labour in Chinese cotton products

Author: Responsible Sourcing Network

“It’s Time Forced Labor in China’s Cotton Production Is Taken Seriously”, 14 Nov 2019...

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