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Article
16 February 2019

Commentary: Beautiful legislation' fails to protect PNG's environment, landowners

Author: Lucy EJ Woods, Mongabay

"'Beautiful legislation' fails to protect PNG's environment, landowners", 14 February 2019...

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Blog post
12 January 2015

Shell & the Bodo community – settlement vs. litigation

Author: Elodie Aba, Legal Researcher, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

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Lawsuit
18 February 2014

Shell lawsuit (re Nigeria - Kiobel & Wiwa)

Para la versión en español de este perfil de caso, haga clic acá....

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Article
5 November 2013

Attack on Indian-owned farm in Ethiopia turns spotlight on land policy

Author: Aman Sethi, The Hindu (India)

A violent attack on a tea plantation leased by Indian-owned Verdanta Harvest Plc, a subsidiary of the Noida-based Lucky Group, has renewed concerns over Ethiopia’s policy of leasing out large tracts of land to international investors. On October 20,...

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Article
22 September 2010

Success after years of battle Over 2.6 million yuan compensation ruled by the Chinese court for six silicosis workers

Author: Labour Action China

For more than 6 years…silicosis victims at the Hong Kong owned Lucky Gems and Jewellery Factory…have been fighting for fair compensation through legal channels. In August a final court decision was issued on five silicosis workers…[T]he Higher People's...

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Article
28 March 2006

Lucky Gems & Jewellery website

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Article
26 March 2006

Deadly dust of gem trade kills Chinese

Author: Michael Sheridan, Sunday Times [UK]

ONE by one, hundreds of Chinese workers are starting to die of an incurable lung disease contracted in appalling conditions inside factories supplying the international jewellery trade. The epidemic of silicosis, caused by inhaling fine dust, has...

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Story
26 March 2006

China: Hundreds of workers dying of incurable silicosis reportedly contracted in factories making jewellery for export, including Lucky Gems & Jewellery

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Article
1 April 2005

Jewellery Workers in China Dying of Incurable Lung Disease Pursue Bitter Fight for Compensation

Author: China Labour Bulletin

Over the past few years, about 60 workers in several Hong Kong-invested jewellery factories in Huizhou and Shenzhen have been found to be in the late stages of pneumoconiosis...known as "lung dust disease" in China...It is incurable. Two of the workers...

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Story
20 March 2003

Shell lawsuit (re Nigeria - Kiobel & Wiwa)

Para la versión en español de este perfil de las demandas judiciales contra Shell por actividades en Nigeria, haga clic acá....

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