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8 January 2020

Institute for Human Rights and Business publishes top ten business & human rights issues for 2020

Author: Institute for Human Rights and Business

To mark International Human Rights Day, December 10th, IHRB has once again identified ten key issues that will be of particular importance in the arena of business and human rights in the year ahead....

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Blog post
7 January 2020

Can workers make better decisions than CEOs?

Author: 7/1/2020 - Bama Athreya, Economic Inequality Fellow, Open Society Foundations

Workers should be key to any new 'corporate purpose', writes Open Society fellow Bama Athreya

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Article
2 January 2020

China: Both coal production and mining accidents reportedly on the rise

Author: South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

“China’s coal production on the rise, along with reports of mining accidents”, 28 December 2019...

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Article
30 December 2019

Digital human rights defenders continue to experience attacks, incl. arbitrary detention & torture

Author: Danny O'Brien, Electronic Frontier Foundation

"Caught Between Worlds: Imprisoned Tech Users In 2019," 22 December 2019 ...

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Article
28 December 2019

Environmental impacts of Belt and Road Initiative has not gained proper attention, study reveals

Author: The ASEAN Post

“China’s BRI negatively impacting the environment”, 24 December 2019...

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Article
27 December 2019

Cambodia: Authorities block about 500 garment workers from marching to seek PM's intervention after their factory ceases operation without paying wages

Author: Davin Sen, Khmer Times

"Garment workers blocked from rallying in Phnom Penh", 24 December 2019...

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Article
23 December 2019

Cambodia: Nearly 500 garment workers protest to demand compensation after learning that their factory is sold to another company

Author: Davin Sen, Khmer Times

"Garment workers stage protest after factory ceases operations", 20 December 2019...

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Article
23 December 2019

Chinese insurers' support for renewables over coal is essential for avoiding climate breakdown, blogger says

Author: Peter Bosshard, China Dialogue

“Will China follow leading global insurers and withdraw from coal power?”, 17 December 2019...

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Article
21 December 2019

Commentary: Total surveillance is not what America signed up for

Author: Editorial Board, The New York Times

The Supreme Court has ruled that the location data served up by mobile phones is... covered by constitutional protections. The government can’t request it without a warrant… But the private sector doesn’t need a warrant to get hold of your data… The...

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19 December 2019

USA: Goldman Sachs will no longer finance new oil drilling in the Arctic or new coal-fired power plants

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