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30 December 2019

India: Govt. plans to implement large-scale facial recognition system; civil society groups express concerns regarding privacy & surveillance

Under the Narendra Modi government, India is planning to roll out a wide-spread facial recognition system which the government says is to help identify missing people and dead bodies, as well as to fight crime. Civil society groups and technology...

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23 December 2019

USA: Amazon warehouse workers face 'alarmingly high' injury rates which increase during holiday season, report finds; Amazon refutes findings

A report released in December 2019 by a national anti-Amazon coalition called Athena has found 'alarmingly high' injury rates faced by workers at Amazon fulfillment centers across the USA. The report's authors say the findings - based on Amazon's own...

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23 December 2019

Cambodia: Constitutional Council approves amended Law on Trade Union; while 36 labour groups and NGOs express concerns of ongoing restrictions

Author: Chheng Niem, The Phnom Penh Post

"CCC passes amendments on 10 articles of Trade Union Law", 19 December 2019...

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10 December 2019

Cambodia: Interior Minister claims Cambodian civil society is not threatened and repressed; while NGOs express difficulties in operating their work

Author: Dara Mech, The Phnom Penh Post

"Sar Kheng: Gov’t to tell EU it found no evidence of NGO ‘repression’", 8 December 2019...

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29 November 2019

Cambodia: Labour groups brief foreign diplomats on labour rights situations including workers' rights and union freedom

Author: Vida Taing, Khmer Times

"Labour rights groups brief US ambassador over rights situation", 28 November 2019...

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25 November 2019

Kazakhstan: NGOs urge CNPC to take actions in response to allegations of pollution caused by oil production activities

Author: Crude Accountability and other NGOs

We are writing to you and the Board to express our deep concern for the CNPC [China National Petroleum Corporation] associated oil production and the threat to one of the largest and most unique underground freshwater desposit Kokzhide in Kazakhstan....

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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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11 November 2019

Kenya: Proposed law to require employers & owners of commercial buildings to provide lactation rooms

Author: John Mutua, Business Daily (Kenya)

"Employers face Sh1m fine on failure to offer breastfeeding rooms"...

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7 October 2019

Cambodia: Govt. reverses its ban on self-employed foreigners; unions express disappointment

Author: Soth Koemsoeun, The Phnom Penh Post

"Gov’t backtracks on ban on self-employed foreigners", 6 October 2019...

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19 August 2019

Cambodia: The Ministry of Labour and unions prepare to negotiate minimum wage for 2020 for garment workers

Author: Kunthear Mom, Khmer Times

"Unions prepare to negotiate minimum wage", 19 August 2019...

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