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24 May 2019
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Author: El Potosí (Bolivia)

“Cinco municipios exigen parar contaminación por la minería” – 14 de mayo de 2019...

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24 May 2019

Armenia: Activists opposing Lydian Intl.'s Amulsar gold mine face surveillance & smear campaign in social media, allegedly linked to company; incl. company response

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Company response
24 May 2019

Response by Lydian International

Author: Lydian International

...This article is yet another example of clear misinformation and false claims against Lydian and the Amulsar project. The Criminal case mentioned in the headline has never “revealed that Lydian Armenia mining company employees were spying and running...

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24 May 2019

Bangladesh: Clean Clothes Campaign questions employer influence in new Accord agreement

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

"Questions raised after agreement reached on Bangladesh Accord", 21 May 2019...

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24 May 2019

Germany: Civil society calls on major law reform on corporate accountability

Author: European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR) & Medico International

"Appeals court refuses legal aid in KiK case - Factory fire lawsuit shows: Germany needs major law reform on corporate liability", 22 May 2019...

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24 May 2019

Thailand: Thammakaset must stop legal harassment of human rights defenders & workers who exposed labour rights abuses at poultry farm, say NGOs

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24 May 2019

THAILAND: Thammakaset must end its judicial harassment of human rights defenders

Author: Fidh, Worldwide Movement for Human Rights

Thai company Thammakaset must immediately end all acts of harassment against human rights defenders and workers for exposing labour rights violations at its poultry farm, the Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders (a joint FIDH-OMCT...

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24 May 2019

Fact sheet: Thammakaset vs. human rights defenders and workers in Thailand

Author: The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders

Since the May 2014 coup d’état, Thailand’s human rights record has dramatically deteriorated. Military rule has had a wide-ranging, negative impact on the country’s human rights situation, particularly through the imposition of numerous orders and...

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24 May 2019

Gig economy companies seeking to strip workers of basic labour rights, says report

 

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24 May 2019

Bangladesh: Unions share concerns over safety of workers under new Accord agreement

Author: Ruma Paul & Serajul Quadir, Thomson Reuters

"Bangladesh garment unions say new factory oversight deal risks worker safety", 21 May 2019...

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