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Artículo
6 April 2020
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Autor(a): Joshua Keating, Slate

"Strongman Medicine: Suspicious Numbers and Brutal Quarantines", 02 Apr 2020...

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Artículo
4 April 2020
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Autor(a): Isedua Oribhabor & Peter Micek, Access Now

"The what, why, and who of transparency reporting," 2 April 2020...

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Reporte
2 April 2020
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Autor(a): The Global Alliance for Sustainable Supply Chain

"The Tokyo Declaration on the Responsible Acceptance of Foreign Workers in Japan"...

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Artículo
27 March 2020
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Autor(a): Geneva Council for Rights & Liberties

“Migrant workers are disproportionately at risk of COVID-19”, 21 March 2020...

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Artículo
16 March 2020
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Autor(a): Human Rights Now

"HRN Releases Report: “Japanese Trading Companies: Measures for Human Rights Lag Far Behind International Standards”", 12 March 2020...

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Artículo
9 March 2020
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Autor(a): Ryosuke Hanada, Nikkei Asian Review

"Myanmar workers in Japan join top labor group", 4 March 2020...

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Artículo
9 March 2020
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Autor(a): Reuters

"Japan's efforts to raise wages wane as firms embrace merit-based pay", 11 Feb 2020...

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Historia
3 March 2020
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日本語版はこちらからご覧ください In partnership with Caux Round Table Japan and the Sasakawa Peace Foundation, we are launching a billingual newsletter focusing on Japan. It aims to provide our Japanese-speaking audience with updates on global developments on busines...

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Historia
26 February 2020
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Since 2018, police in the Kansai region of Japan have arrested 81 members of the Kansai District Ready-Mixed Concrete Branch of the All Japan Construction and Transport Workers Solidarity Union. The arrests were made on charges of obstruction of...

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Historia
26 February 2020
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The Japanese government has argued that the 2020 Tokyo Olympics—coined "Recovery Olympics"—will contribute to reconstruction efforts in the Tohoku region following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, which killed over 15,894 people. However, residents...

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