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24 June 2019

Advocacy groups suggest Zimbabwe diamonds classified as ‘conflict diamonds’ due to use of private security agencies to displace locals to pave way for mining

Author: New Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe)

‘Zim diamonds under spotlight’ 19 June 2019...

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24 June 2019

Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company pledges to fulfill promises made to communities in diamond-rich areas

Author: Kenneth Nyangani, News Day (Zimbabwe)

‘New ZCDC boss targets unfulfilled community projects’ 19 June 2019...

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24 June 2019

Papua New Guinea: Report says PanAust's intended mining activity on Frieda River poses adverse environment & social impacts; lacks adequate free, prior & informed consent

A new report published by Jubilee Australia Research Centre in collaboration with Project Sepik raises concerns about the proposed Frieda River copper-gold mining project in Papua New Guinea’s West and East Sepik provinces by PanAust (a Chinese-owned,...

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24 June 2019

Cambodia: The collapse of an under-construction building in Sihanouk province kills 18 construction workers and injures over 24

Author: Chanthol Prak, Reuters

"Eighteen dead, 24 injured in Cambodia building collapse", 22 June 2019...

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24 June 2019

Cambodia: 2019 US Report on Trafficking in Persons shows a lack of measures taken by Cambodian govt. to combat human trafficking

Author: Matt Blomberg, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"U.S. sees Cambodia's anti-trafficking efforts floundering", 20 June 2019...

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24 June 2019

Japan: Activist group launches global campaign against child trafficking and exploitation as Tokyo Olympics approaches

Author: Japan Times

“With Olympics on way, activist group's next campaign targets human trafficking in Tokyo”, 23 June 2019...

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24 June 2019

South Korea: Labour group raises doubts over government's willingness to ratify ILO conventions

Author: Kim Bo-gyung, Korea Herald (South Korea)

“[Newsmaker] Doubts rise over S. Korea’s willingness to ratify ILO conventions”, 23 June 2019...

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24 June 2019

South Korea: Opinions remain divided on ratification of ILO conventions

South Korea joined the International Labour Organization (ILO) in December 1991 and became the 152nd member country. So far, it has ratified 29 of its 189 conventions and is yet to adopt the conventions on freedom of association, protection of the...

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24 June 2019

South Korea labour group raises doubts over government's willingness to ratify ILO conventions

 

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24 June 2019
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Author: Leïla de Comarmond, Les Echos (France)

« Action de groupe contre Safran : une « discrimination systémique » pour le Défenseur des droits », 5 juin 2019...

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