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23 April 2019

We need a global standard on corporate abuse in supply chains - this week's OECD forum in Paris could be the start

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23 April 2019
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O seminário “O papel do setor financeiro no combate ao trabalho escravo e ao tráfico de seres humanos” reuniu representantes dos setores bancário e financeiro, de empresas e órgãos do poder público que atuam na regulação do setor financeiro e no...

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23 April 2019
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Author: Agence Ecofin (Suisse)

"La BAD soutient la lutte contre le travail des enfants dans les mines de cobalt en RDC", 19 avril 2019...

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23 April 2019
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29 a 31 de maio | São Paulo

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23 April 2019

Colombia: NGO report reveals increase in attacks against human rights defenders in 2018

Author: "Somos Defensores" Programme (Colombia)

“Clockwork Orange: Annual Report 2018. Information System on Attacks against Human Rights Defenders – ISAAHRD” - April 2019...

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23 April 2019

On 6th anniversary of Rana Plaza collapse investors call for an agreement to allow the Accord to continue

Author: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility

"On the 6th anniversary of the Rana Plaza building collapse, global investors are concerned that the Accord’s future is in doubt, jeopardizing the safety of garment workers" ...

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23 April 2019

Amidst Wave of Deadly Fires, Bangladesh Government Threatens to Expel the Only Credible Building Safety Programme in the Country and Further Suppress Workers’ Rights

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

On the sixth anniversary of the Rana Plaza building collapse, labour rights groups are calling on the government of Bangladesh to cease attempts to expel the Accord on Fire and Building Safety from Bangladesh and to urgently increase safety efforts for...

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23 April 2019
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NEWSLETTER Archiv der deutschsprachigen Newsletter ANMELDUNG ZUM NEWSLETTER

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23 April 2019
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Author: Die Linke

„Vor sechs Jahren mussten 1136 Fabrikarbeiterinnen und -arbeiter sterben, weil Textilkonzernen wie KiK Profite wichtiger waren als Gebäudesicherheit. Auch heute tut die Bundesregierung nichts, um eine Wiederholung dieser Tragödie zu verhindern“, ...

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23 April 2019
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Author: Caspar Dohmen, Deutschlandfunk

Am 24. April 2013 starben beim Einsturz der Textilfabrik Rana Plaza in Bangladesch mehr als 1.130 Menschen. Ein Jahr später stieß Entwicklungshilfeminister Gerd Müller das Textilbündnis an: Freiwillig sollten Unternehmen an Reformen vor Ort mitwirken....

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