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Artículo
14 June 2020
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Autor(a): Eric Paulsen, The Jakarta Post

"AICHR ready to become stronger human rights mechanism", 13 June 2020...

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Artículo
6 June 2020
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Autor(a): Golda Benjamin (Business & Human Rights Resource Centre) & Kalayaan Constantino (Oxfam in Asia)

"Women at work deserve better from governments and businesses"...

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5 June 2020
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Autor(a): Maria Pia Sacco, Prof. Martijn Scheltema, Dr. Theodora A Christou, Anurag Bana, International Bar Association

"Digital contact tracing for the Covid-19 epidemic: a business and human rights perspective," June 2020...

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Artículo
31 May 2020
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Autor(a): Ken Kwek, South China Morning Post

"Singapore NGOs call for rethink of migrant workers' salaries, health care and recruitment fees", 31 May 2020...

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14 May 2020
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3 May 2020
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Autor(a): Nabilah Awang, Today

"Survey shows 4% of companies in Singapore slashed workforce, another 21% looking to do the same", 30 April 2020...

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3 May 2020
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Autor(a): South China Morning Post

"Coronavirus: Grab Singapore asks workers to go on voluntary unpaid leave", 30 April 2020...

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Artículo
23 April 2020
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Autor(a): Rachel Knaebel, basta! (France)

"« Stop Covid » : une application de pistage du virus respectueuse des libertés est-elle possible ? ", 16 avril 2020...

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Historia
19 April 2020
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Migrant workers live in fear following a surge of COVID-19 infections in cramped and filthy dormitories, making social distancing impossible. After reports emerged of unsanitary conditions, the Government said it was working to improve the situation....

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Artículo
17 April 2020
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Autor(a): Liza Lin & Timothy Martin, The Wall Street Journal

The Covid-19 pandemic is ushering in a new era of digital surveillance and rewiring the world’s sensibilities about data privacy. Governments are imposing new digital surveillance tools to track and monitor individuals...  [S]ome privacy advocates are...

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