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8 January 2020

UK: National Health Service & Amazon partnership raises privacy concerns

In July 2019, the UK government signed a deal with Amazon which would give the company access to health information acquired by the National Health Service with the intention of making verified health information more accessible to people at home and...

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5 January 2020

China: Toxic trails from metal production harms health of poor communities amid soaring global demand for gadgets

Author: Gerry Shih, Washington Post

“Chinese metal mines feed the global demand for gadgets. They’re also poisoning China’s poorest regions”, 29 December 2019...

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29 October 2019

China's new infrastructure corridor through Myanmar faces risks of further conflicts and environmental degradation

Author: Nicolas Lo, China Dialogue

“Trouble for Belt and Road in Myanmar”, 21 October 2019...

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Company response
28 October 2019

Carrefour's response

Author: Carrefour

Carrefour values the respect and well-being of all those who are part of its production chains. The commitment to human rights is part of the company’s internal culture and relationship with all suppliers. The chain has a Suppliers’ Social Code and...

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18 October 2019

Andrew Forrest's Fortescue Metals Group loses appeal against Pilbara native title claim

Author: Andrea Mayes & Rebecca Parish, ABC News

18 October 2019...

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Blog post
2 September 2019

What the draft treaty's definition of 'victim' means for access to remedy

Author: 2/9/19 - Antonella Angelini, Human Rights Institute, Columbia University

Despite some improvements, there are still issues that need to be addressed in the next round of negotiations, writes Antonella Angelini

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12 August 2019

Burkina Faso: Furious crowd attacks mine officials after shooting incident of a miner by security personnel

Author: Ghana Times

‘Three injured as crowd sacks Burkina gold mine’ 9 August 2019...

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9 April 2019

Commentary: Court’s reasoning in Ford trial over abduction & torture of workers during Argentina military dictatorship

Author: Victoria Basualdo, National Council of Scientific and Technological Research (CONICET) & FLACSO Argentina, on Justice Info.net

"The Ford Trial in Argentina, a Workers’ Victory", 1 Apr 2019...

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4 April 2019

Commentary: Jailing social media bosses won't make us safer from terrorists

Author: Brett Solomon, The Sydney Morning Herald

Unfortunately, violent episodes such as those of Christchurch will happen again and more violent material will likely be generated. Impeding the spread of atrocious, violent content from online platforms is a legitimate concern to inoculate society...

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24 January 2019

India’s cyber legislation is part of a worrying trend

Author: Quinn Libson, Asia News Network (ANN)

"India’s cyber legislation is part of a worrying trend", 17 January 2019...

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