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19 November 2019

Interview: Louchrisha Hussein, Citizen’s Constitutional Forum, Fiji.

Louchrisha Hussein is a human rights advocate from Fiji. She is Chief Executive Officer at the Citizens' Constitutional Forum, a Fijian NGO focusing on advancing human rights, principles of good governance, democracy and multiculturalism. The NGO has been active 20 years; it engages with citizens and local communities through advocacy and educational projects.

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17 September 2019

Unilever publishes global tea suppliers; move follows campaign to improve working conditions that saw UK's six top tea firms reveal suppliers

Author: Kieran Guilbert, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"Unilever reveals global tea suppliers in drive for slave-free sourcing", 12 Sep 2019...

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6 September 2019

UK: Nationwide protests erupt as Asda allegedly deny sick leave until workers sign new contract

Author: Rosie Lintott, Retail Insight Network

"Asda workers protest across UK over controversial contract", 5 September 2019...

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2 September 2019

USA: Uber & Lyft's proposed alternative to bill ensuring worker protections criticised for not 'adding up’

Author: Faiz Siddiqui, The Washington Post

"Uber and Lyft are floating a $21 minimum wage. Critics say it’s closer to $15.", 30 August 2019...

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15 April 2019

Typhoo becomes final major British tea brand pledging to release a list of its suppliers

Author: Amber Milne, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"Tea titan Typhoo joins Britain's 'big six' in fight against modern slavery", 12 April 2019...

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Blog post
12 March 2019

New buzzword, same problem: How 'worker voice' initiatives are perpetuating the shortcomings of traditional social auditing

Author: 12/3/19 - Penelope Kyritsis, Prof. Dr. Genevieve LeBaron, Prof. Dr. Mark Anner

Ultimately, the only way to root out labor abuses in global supply chains is by disrupting traditional power relations between workers and businesses.

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23 February 2019

Laos: Lawmakers call for stricter scrutiny on foreign businesses to protect environment & people's livelihood

Author: Sidney Khotpanya & Eugene Whong, Radio Free Asia

"Provincial Lawmakers in Laos Call for More Scrutiny of Foreign Firms", 21 February 2019...

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19 February 2019

UK: MPs' report says fashion industry is unsustainable; Calls for govt. to introduce mandatory due diligence legislation

Author: Environmental Audit Committee

"Fixing Fashion: clothing consumption and sustainability", 19 February 2019...

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9 September 2018

In Amazon's 'hellscape', workers face insecurity and crushing targets

Author: Patrick Hatch, The Sydney Morning Herald

7 September 2018 ...[A]lmost all casual employees engaged not by Amazon, but through a third-party labour hire firm Adecco. ...Combined with insecure casual employment, the workers...felt under unsustainable pressure to meet performance target...

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16 July 2018

Zambia: Govt. agency to probe safety of consumer product after safety concerns

Author: The Zambian Observer

"Zambia Compulsory Standards Agency probing safety of Blue Band Margarine"...

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