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Histoire
23 June 2015
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Garment brands can safely move forward on collectively raising wages in factories within the bounds of competition law. That is clear from a unique ´Dos and Don’ts´ document that FWF [Fair Wear Foundation] published on Tuesday.  Calls for collaboratio...

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Article
22 June 2015
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Auteur: Lee-Anne Bruce, Centre for Applied Legal Studies

'Journalist guide to Ecuador treaty', 22 Jun 2015:…In June 2014, Ecuador and South Africa sponsored a resolution of the UN Human Rights Council calling for a binding treaty on business and human rights. The binding treaty would provide  minimum...

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Article
12 June 2015
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Auteur: Save the Children

This guide serves to inspire businesses and civil society organizations (CSOs) interested in respecting and supporting children’s rights and specifically, the child’s right to be heard as it relates to the ten Children’s Rights and Business Principles....

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Article
30 March 2015
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Auteur: EarthRights International & SOMO (Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations)

EarthRights International (ERI), with the cooperation of SOMO, is developing a model for operational-level grievance mechanisms to address corporate human rights abuses that will be designed and driven primarily by communities. This paper is an...

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Article
2 March 2015
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Auteur: Sustentia y AECID

“Cuatro sectores económicos ante la Debida diligencia en derechos humanos”  – 1 de febrero de 2015...

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Article
2 March 2015
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Auteur: Sustentia Innovación Social

“Sustentia publica orientaciones prácticas para la debida diligencia empresarial” – 01 febrero 2015...

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Histoire
13 February 2015
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Article
11 February 2015
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Auteur: Rebecca Smithers, Guardian (UK)

"New guidance aims to keep products of pirate fishing out of UK supply chain", 9 Feb 2015 Illegal “pirate” fishing damages the environment and human rights, and leads to economic losses of as much as $23.5bn (£15.3 bn) a year, according to fresh guida...

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Rapport
10 February 2015
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Auteur: Access to Justice Project

“The EU’s business: recommended actions for the EU and its member states to ensure access to judicial remedy for business-related human rights impacts,” Dec 2014...

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Article
10 December 2014
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Auteur: Intl. Tourism Partnership

This Know How Guide is a high-level introduction to human rights for the hotel industry – what human rights are, the context of the hotel industry, steps to implement the UN Guiding Principles and resources for further reading. It is primarily written...

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