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19 April 2019

Not quite ‘beating your head against a brick wall’: the Supreme Court’s decision in Vedanta v. Lungowe

Author: Nadia Bernaz, Rights as usual

On 10 April 2019, the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom delivered its highly-anticipated decision in the case of Vedanta v. Lungowe (Lungowe v. Vedanta in the lower courts). The Supreme Court unanimously decided the case should proceed in English...

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16 April 2019

KnowTheChain: 2019 cross-sector report highlights progress and gaps in the fight against forced labour

Author: KnowTheChain

"Three Sectors, Three Years Later: Progress and Gaps in the Fight Against Forced Labour"...

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15 April 2019

Nigeria: Threats of litigation mount against Shell over the recent oil spill in Gokana

Author: Daniel Abia, Independent (Nigeria)

“Shell To Face Litigation Over Fresh Spill In Ogoni” ...

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Blog post
10 April 2019

Indigenous people risk losing water in lithium extraction for essential transition to low-carbon economy

Author: Eniko Horvath, Senior Researcher & Amanda Romero, South America Senior Researcher & Representative, BHRRC

Lithium is key for electric vehicle batteries and renewable energy storage. But how can we ensure its extraction not only contributes to our much-needed transition to a low-carbon economy but also respects access to water and rights of indigenous peoples?

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9 April 2019

Peru: Fuerabamba communities reach agreement with Govt over negative impacts of Chinese mining project Las Bambas

Author: Peru Support Group

“Deal announced over Las Bambas” 08 April, 2019...

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8 April 2019

Bangladesh: Brands respond to mass dismissals of garment workers following minimum wage protests

A widespread crackdown in Bangladesh has seen over 12,000 garment workers dismissed from factories following protests in December 2018 and January 2019 over minimum wage changes. The workers were dismissed despite assurances from the government and Ba...

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8 April 2019

Zimbabwe: NGO urges govt. to take concrete steps to operationalise decision to join the Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative

Author: Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA)

“Zimbabwe’s move to adopt the extractives industries transparency initiative commendable” 3 April 2019...

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8 April 2019

'Lobbied to death': Liberals face backlash over corporate responsibility ombudsman

Author: Gabriel Friedman, Financial Post

Minister of International Trade Diversification Jim Carr named Sheri Meyerhoffer, a Calgary lawyer with ties to the energy industry, to act as the country’s first Ombudsperson for Responsible Enterprise... Carr said lawyers still need to study whether...

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Company response
4 April 2019

Next's response

Author: Next

We have established that NEXT is engaged with all the factories you have advised, except Metro Garments....

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3 April 2019

Shell leaves US industry association over its stance on climate change

Author: CNN

"Shell quits major US oil lobby over climate change", 2 April 2019...

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