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29 November 2018

Oxfam India report reveals human cost of sugar

Author: Oxfam India

"Human Cost of Sugar: A farm-to-mill assessment of sugar supply chain in Uttar Pradesh", October 2018...

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26 November 2018
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No dia 7 de novembro de 2018, o juiz Walter Zwicker Esbaille Júnior, da Comarca de Campos Gerais (MG), determinou, através que uma Ação Reintegratória de Posse, que 450 famílias do Quilombo Campo Grande fossem despejadas. A Ação foi requerida pela mas...

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13 November 2018

Swaziland: Royal Swaziland Sugar accused of illegally evicting local farmers, includes company's comments

Author: Farmer's Weekly (So. Africa)

"Swazi sugar corporation accused of illegal evictions"...

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12 November 2018

Cambodia: Groups call on UN Special Rapporteur Smith to investigate gov't involvement in land grabbing cases

Author: Joshua Lipes, Radio Free Asia

"Coalition Calls on UN Expert to Investigate Claims of State-Backed Land Grabs in Cambodia," 12 November 2018...

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6 November 2018

Report evaluating implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights by Norwegian-supported businesses in Tanzania & Mozambique

Author: NORAD

"UNGP, Human Rights and Norwegian Development Cooperation Involving Business"...

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17 October 2018

Commentary: Can Asia (and the UN) hold corporations accountable?

Author: Friends of the Earth Asia Pacific, The Diplomat

[This month] at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, over 100 countries are negotiating a powerful new treaty that aims to create a binding instrument to hold transnational companies accountable for violations of human and environmental...

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11 October 2018

Australian NCP concludes ANZ's action not in line with the company's human rights policy in Phnom Penh Sugar case

The Australian National Contact Point (AusNCP) has released its final statement in a case relating to ANZ's financing of Phnom Penh Sugar (PPS), a Cambodian company linked to forcible evictions and other human rights abuses. In its statement, the...

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2 October 2018

India: Police fire tear gas, water cannon to break up farmers' protest over better prices for produce

Author: Mayank Bhardwaj, Reuters

"India: Police fire tear gas, water cannon to break up farmers' protest", 2 Oct 2018...

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11 September 2018

Collusion & co-optation of legal systems by organised crime & corporate interests among main drivers of killings of defenders, says head of HRD Memorial project

Author: Jim Loughran, HRD Memorial project / Front Line Defenders (Ireland)

"I ran away but she sat there... Then they smiled and shot her', 11 Sep 2018...

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23 August 2018
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