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16 October 2019
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Author: Mônica Nunes, Conexão Planeta (Brazil)

“Lideranças indígenas vão à Europa para denunciar o governo Bolsonaro”, 11 de outubro de 2019...

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16 October 2019

Laos: Chinese banana plantations bring jobs, dangerous working conditions and pollution

Author: Mark Inkey, China Dialogue

“Chinese banana plantations bring work and pollution to Laos”, 14 October 2019...

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16 October 2019
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Author: 马克•印基, 中外对话

“老挝的香蕉园:就业与污染同在”, 2019年10月14日...

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16 October 2019

South Korea: Unionized workers at Seoul Metro reach agreement with management and cancel planned strike

Author: Yonhap, Korea Herald

“Seoul subway union, company reach deal”, 16 October 2019...

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Company response
16 October 2019

FIFA Statement on the ILO study on heat stress in Qatar of 11 October 2019 and on an article in The Guardian on that same topic of 2 October 2019

Author: FIFA

The welfare and rights of workers associated with the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar are of paramount importance to FIFA and its partners... This includes the implementation of measures to prevent heat stress on FIFA World Cup sites......

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16 October 2019

Response to the Guardian newspaper

Author: Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy

The SC’s main contractors are required to put in place a comprehensive heat stress management plan that is reviewed and approved by the SC......

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Story
16 October 2019

Qatar: Unexplained death of World Cup stadium worker one of hundreds dismissed as "natural" by authorities

On 23 June Rubchandra Rumba, a Nepali labourer working on a football stadium for the World Cup 2022, died during his sleep. His death was attributed to "acute cardio respiratory failure due to natural cause[s]”; one of many such deaths recorded as ...

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16 October 2019

Brazil activists travel Europe to denounce Vale, companies and govt over Rio Doce and Brumadinho dam ruptures

 

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Article
16 October 2019

Dutch development bank FMO allegedly finances projects where land grabbing & other abuses occur; bank denies allegations

Author: Erik van Zwam, Trouw

[Note: This is an unofficial summary translation of the original Dutch article.]...

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16 October 2019

Signatory brands to ACT living wage initiative adopt joint due diligence framework on purchasing practices

Author: Beth Wright, just-style

"ACT brands adopt accountability on purchasing practices", 15 October 2019...

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