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19 June 2019

Business model of agricultural traders in Switzerland raises human rights concerns, according to NGO report urging tougher rules

In June 2019, the Swiss NGO Public Eye published a report titled "Agricultural Commodity Traders in Switzerland: Benefitting from Misery?" looking at Switzerland’s role as a global hub of agricultural commodities. According to the report, the...

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15 June 2019

Indonesia: Peer-to-peer lending marketplace finances green partnership that empowers women coffee growers

Author: Nur Yasmin, Jakarta Globe

"Investree Provides Green Financing to Empower Rural Women", 11 June 2019...

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12 June 2019
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Author: Agence Ecofin (Suisse)

"Nestlé Central & West Africa et l’AGRA soutiendront 2 000 jeunes entrepreneurs agricoles africains", 10 juin2019...

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27 May 2019

Kenya: Experts warn over continued use of weed killers linked to cancer

Author: Barnabas Bii, EastAfrican (Kenya)

"Experts warn over continued use of weed killers linked to cancer"...

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30 April 2019
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Author: BMZ auf Entwicklungspolitik Online

Zum Internationalen Tag der Arbeit am 1. Mai hat Entwicklungsminister Gerd Müller (CSU) gemahnt, Arbeitnehmerrechten müsse nicht nur in Deutschland und Europa, sondern weltweit Geltung verschafft werden. Viele unserer täglichen Produkte würden in...

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22 April 2019

Africa: ILO project to accelerate elimination of child labour in tea & coffee supply chains

Author: Lily Kampani, Malawi News Agency

"Africa: ILO Sets Out to Eradicate Child Labour in Africa"...

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15 April 2019

Philippines: Deaths plague indigenous community that refuses to give consent to a coffee plantation

Author: Tony La Viña and Norly Grace Mercado, Rappler

"Coffee and the blood of indigenous peoples," 20 October 2018...

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14 April 2019

Philippines: IP community deals with violence and deaths after declining to give consent to the operations of a coffee plantation; some companies respond

In December 2017, eight members of an indigenous peoples community were killed. They were described as one of those who have been "locked in a 28-year struggle with DM Consunji Incorporated". The community was reported to have declined giving their...

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10 April 2019
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Author: Daniel Camargos, Repórter Brasil (Brazil)

“Cadastro divulgado hoje tem 48 novos empregadores. Certificadoras vão suspender selo de boas práticas de produtor de café. Grife de luxo subcontratou costureiros imigrantes bolivianos e os submeteu a jornadas de mais de doze horas por dia”, 3 de abril...

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4 March 2019

Report says agribusinesses operating in Africa could face costly disputes as local communities seek to benefit from investments

Author: Adela Suliman, Reuters

"Bitter aftertaste? Food companies could face costly disputes over land in Africa"...

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