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17 April 2019

Update on OHCHR's project on non-State-based grievance mechanisms (ARP III) (deadline for contributions 30 April 2019)

Author: OHCHR

Work on Phase III of the Accountability and Remedy Project (“APR III”) is now in full swing. The ARP III team at the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (“OHCHR”) is very grateful to the many business and human rights practitioners from...

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Article
14 December 2018

UK: Delay in appointing new anti-slavery commissioner has 'thwarted' fight against modern slavery

Author: Kieran Guilbert, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"EXCLUSIVE-UK anti-slavery drive 'thwarted' by failure to replace commissioner: sources", 12 December 2018...

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Article
16 November 2018

DRC: Anti-corruption organisations question make-up of candidate’s campaign finance team

Author: Global Witness

[Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary...] the presidential candidate nominated by the incumbent in Democratic Republic of Congo for elections...due to take place on 23 December 2018...has assembled a campaign finance team containing officials who have overseen...

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Article
12 November 2018

Cambodia: Labour ministry commits to investigate abuses in brick-making industry

Author: Phnom Penh Post

"Ministry to probe child labour," 19 October 2018...

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Article
6 November 2018

Nepal: Factories flouting labour law

Author: Himalayan News Service, Nepal

"Factories flouting labour law", 2 November, 2018...

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Article
30 September 2018

Philippines: Ammonia leak from fruit processing plant downs 35 residents

Author: Philippine News Agency

"Ammonia leak downs 35 in South Cotabato", 24 Semptember 2018...

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Blog post
18 September 2018

Celebrating Kofi Annan’s contributions to business and human rights

Author: Professor John Ruggie

The now vibrant field of business and human rights looms large among Kofi’s many legacies. Perhaps it came to him naturally. The dignity of every person was integral to the family values with which he was raised. And human rights were inextricably bound up in the struggle for independence, which Ghana achieved in 1957 when he was in his late teens.

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Article
3 September 2018

Amazon response to Senator Bernie Sanders

Author: Amazon

"Response to Senator Sanders," 29 August 2018...

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Blog post
20 August 2018

Comments on the “Zero Draft” Treaty on Business & Human Rights

Author: Professor John G. Ruggie, Harvard University

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Article
16 May 2018

Russia: Human Rights Watch & other NGOs call upon FIFA to engage with authorities on persecution of human rights defenders

Author: Human Rights Watch, Front Line Defenders, Amnesty Int'l & 11 other NGOs

"Joint Letter to FIFA Concerning the Human Rights Crisis in Chechnya", 16 May 2018...

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