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18 June 2019

UK: Boohoo addresses claims it is reluctant to acknowledge trade union as union prepares to heighten campaign for recognition

Author: Hannah Abdulla, just-style

"Boohoo rebuffs claims it is reluctant to engage with unions", 14 June 2019...

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18 June 2019

Audits are failing – brands should cut out waste so suppliers can pay their workers a living wage

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18 June 2019

Canada: Govt. publishes updated guidelines on supporting defenders & emphasises role of business

On the occasion of the United Nation’s High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet’s visit to Canada, the Government of Canada released an updated version of the guidance on supporting human rights defenders for the staff of Canadian missions...

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18 June 2019

Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative publishes new standard on good governance of oil, gas & mineral resources

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18 June 2019

Three things to look out for at the 2019 EITI Global Conference

Author: Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)

Three elements underpin this theme and shape the dynamic and comprehensive agenda of our upcoming Conference....

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18 June 2019

EITI Board approves final changes to reporting standards, including new requirements on gender & environment

Author: Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)

The EITI Board agreed that the 2019 Standard will come into force immediately, i.e., when it will be formally adopted on 17 June 2019. Implementing countries are encouraged to adopt the new Standard as soon as possible. Countries currently working on...

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18 June 2019

UK: Fashion retailer Boohoo accused of refusal to recognise trade union, despite commitment to do so; Incl. co. comments

UK fashion etailer Boohoo has been accused of refusing to recognise retail trade union USDAW, despite assurances that it would do so during a parliamentary inquiry on the fast-fashion industry in the UK, led by the Environmental Auditing Committee (EA...

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18 June 2019

The Cocoa industry accepts the minimum price for a tonne of cocoa as demanded by Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana

Author: Africa News

"Cocoa industry stakeholders accept price dictated by Ghana, Ivory Coast", 13 June 2019 ...

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18 June 2019

UNICEF briefing: Why businesses should invest in digital child safety

Author: UNICEF

UNICEF has just released a brief on how companies can invest in digital child safety. With the rapidly expanding power and reach of the ICT sector,  communications and technology companies have been thrust into key policy debates around the risks and...

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18 June 2019

Report on first year of implementation of French duty of vigilance law finds companies must do more

Author: Amnesty International France, Amis de la Terre/Friends of the Earth France, ActionAid France - Peuples Solidaires, CCFD-Terre Solidaire, collectif Ethique sur l'étiquette and Sherpa

"The Law on duty of vigilance of parent and outsourcing companies - Year 1 : companies must do better", February 2019...

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