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17 December 2018

UK: City investors call on listed co's to pay living wage

Author: Jasper Jolly, The Guardian

City investors call on listed companies to pay living wage, 10 December, 2018...

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26 November 2018

UK: Leading employers call for updated health & safety and equalities legislation to promote mental wellbeing

Author: Maggie Baska, People Management (UK)

"Treat mental health the same as physical conditions in employment law, say business leaders", 21 Nov 2018...

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7 November 2018

Canada: Nestlé allegedly extracting water from indigenous land without consent while local residents lack drinking water

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23 October 2018
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Author: BBC News Afrique

« Niger : 2 milliards FCFA pour dédommager des enfants de Tibiri», 21 octobre 2018...

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5 August 2018
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Author: Repórter Amazônia, Portal EBC, (Brazil)

“Manifestantes também deixaram o escritório do Ibama em Altamira, que estava ocupado há mais de 20 dias” 31 de julho de 2018...

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22 May 2018
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Author: Prensa Latina (Colombia)

Una ola de 26 metros y el aumento del caudal del río Cauca a 250 mil metros cúbicos por segundo podría derivarse del colapso de la hidroeléctrica de Ituango en el departamento colombiano de Antioquia. El gobernador de Antioquia, Luis Pérez, alertó a la...

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18 May 2018

Armenia: Employees of Etchmiadzin Water Users Association protest over unpaid wages; some not paid for 2 years

Author: Hetq online (Armenia)

"Etchmiadzin Water Users Association Employees Demand Back Wages", 15 May 2018...

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4 April 2018
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Author: Marina Fabre, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

« Nestlé Waters accusé d'épuiser la nappe phréatique de Vittel », 29 mars 2018...

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2 March 2018
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Au Gabon, la société civile commence à réagir dans l'affaire Veolia-Etat gabonais. Jeudi, l'ONG Croissance saine environnement (CSE) a commenté, lors d'une conférence de presse, les affirmations du gouvernement gabonais qui accuse Veolia d'avoir pollué...

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27 February 2018
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