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18 May 2020

Migrant workers to the Gulf laid off, stranded on unpaid leave & facing wage delays

Author: Sameer Hashmi, BBC Gulf

"Coronavirus leaves Gulf migrant workers stranded," 16 May 2020...

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7 May 2020

Kenya: Uber drivers to earn less after company increases commission from three to 25 percent citing 'unprecedented times'

Author: Annie Njanja, Daily Nation (Kenya)

"Uber drivers face earnings drop as coronavirus bites"...

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4 May 2020

More than 900 CEOs & Presidents commit to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace

CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion is the largest CEO-driven business commitment to advance diversity and inclusion within the workplace. This commitment is driven by the realization that addressing diversity and inclusion is not a competitive...

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30 March 2020

Hosts criticize Airbnb's refund policy in response to coronavirus outbreak for being unfair

Author: Korea Herald

“Airbnb hosts squeezed by COVID-19, angry at refund policies”, 30 March 2020...

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27 March 2020

Cambodia: Govt. issues an income tax exemptions directive for factories producing textile & garment, footwear and luggage after EC's EBA decision

Author: SoK Chan, Khmer Times

"Government permits tax exemptions on specific goods", 27 March 2020...

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2 March 2020
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Author: Maurice Fick, Luxemburger Wort (Luxembourg)

« Sensibiliser les sociétés aux droits de l'homme », 27 février 2020...

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12 February 2020

Cambodia: European Commission decides to partially withdraw Cambodia’s trade preferences affecting selected garment and footwear products, & all travel goods and sugar

Author: European Commission

"Commission decides to partially withdraw Cambodia’s preferential access to the EU market", 12 February 2020...

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9 December 2019

EU Agency for Fundamental Rights paper looks at examples of business-related human rights abuse and factors facilitating access to remedy

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8 October 2019

Philippines: Alarming number of fatal attacks against environmental defenders related to agribusiness, mining & logging

The new Global Witness report denounces that in 2018, 30 land and environmental defenders were killed in the Philippines, making it the country with the highest number of such killings in the world. Their new investigation shows that mining,...

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1 October 2019

Defending the Philippines: Environmental activists at the mercy of business at all costs

Author: Global Witness

Violence against land and environmental defenders is a systemic problem, spanning many different regions of the country and many different industries, and the army uses force to silence activism. 52 defenders have been killed extra-judicially in the...

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