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19 January 2020

Philippines: Labour group alleges labour rights violations of Korean-owned Se Jung Apparel; company did not respond

An article posted by a labour-rights watch group Partido Manggagawa alleges that Korean-owned Se Jung Apparel has “maintained its illegal and hardline stance that it will grant the 13th month pay in March instead of December". The article further...

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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 Papua New Guinea at a site called Solwara 1.

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15 January 2020

Papua New Guinea: Companies' eyes are on Panguna mine following Bougainville's referendum

Author: Natalie Whiting, ABC

"Bougainville voted yes to becoming the world's newest nation. Now begins the gold rush", 14 December 2019...

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13 January 2020

Kenya: How private security firms exploit workers despite making millions; including allegedly lobbying against proposed pay hike

Author: Paul Wafula, Daily Nation (Kenya)

"Security firms bank billions as guards earn peanuts"...

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7 January 2020

Gun safety advocates grade stores. Walmart got an A; Home Depot got an F

Author: Clare Duffy, CNN Business

A coalition of gun-reform advocacy groups on Wednesday released a scorecard that gives letter grades to 29 retailers based on their in-store gun policies, their public stance on gun safety and their donations to top National Rifle Association-backed...

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2 January 2020

China: Both coal production and mining accidents reportedly on the rise

Author: South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

“China’s coal production on the rise, along with reports of mining accidents”, 28 December 2019...

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20 December 2019

Interview with Jim Taylor of the 'Weed 9' who were sued by Roseburg Forest Products related to their efforts to protect their community's water source

Author: Protect the Protest

Jim Taylor, is the President of Water for Citizens of Weed, CA (WCWC). "I learned that if something was not done, the city of Weed, CA would lose its water. After doing what little research I could do on my own, I felt there was enough proof that the...

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18 December 2019

Cambodia: Villagers in Koh Kong province struggle to get compensation for Chinese-funded Dara Sakor mega project

Author: Titthara May, China Dialogue

"Cambodians struggle to get compensation for Dara Sakor megaproject", 17 December 2019...

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18 December 2019

In America’s boardrooms, the shareholder morphs from protector to threat

Author: 18/12/19 - Paul Rissman, Open Society Fellow and co-founder of Rights Co-Lab

Open Society Fellow Paul Rissman explains why moves away from shareholder primacy aren't necessarily what they seem

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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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