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30 May 2018
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13 March 2018
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Author: Gestión (Perú)

“En Estados Unidos, empresas abordan temas que gobierno evita”, 2 de marzo de 2018...

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5 February 2018
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26 January 2018

UN rights chief stresses leading role of businesses in ending LGBTI discrimination

Author: UN News Centre

With major companies joining the growing list of early adopters of United Nations standards to promote equality for lesbian, gay, bi, trans and intersex (LGBTI) people, the UN human rights chief on Friday highlighted the private sector's crucial...

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16 October 2017
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23 May 2017
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Author: Ciara Dowd y Elodie Aba, Centro de Información sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos, en openDemocracy

Las empresas están utilizando las demandas de difamación para detener a sus detractores, y el problema no hace más que empeorar.

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9 October 2016
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Author: Martín Rodríguez Pellecer, Nómada (Guatemala)

“Los (grandes) empresarios tienen algo que decir”, 4 de Octubre de 2016...

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17 May 2016

Sri Lanka: Beyonce's Ivy Park line allegedly produced in sweatshop - includes response

British tabloid The Sun accused Ivy Park, Beyonce's activewear label of cheating its workers by paying them the equivalent of $6.17 a day, per WWD, and contrasted the wages to the cost of Ivy Park leggings, which can retail for up to $144. Ivy Park...

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17 May 2016

Sri Lanka: Sweatshop ‘slaves’ earning just 44p an hour making ‘empowering’ Beyonce clobber

Author: James Mills, Sun

BEYONCE’S new high street sportswear range for Topshop is made using sweat shop labour earning just £4.30 a day...while Topshop claims it “empowers women through sport”...poverty-stricken seamstresses making some of the clothes in the MAS Holdings ...

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17 May 2016

Beyonce's Ivy Park line allegedly produced in Sri Lankan sweatshop- includes response

Author: Yesha Callahan, The Root (USA)

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