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4 April 2013
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Auteur: Susanna Kim, ABC News [USA]

A New York City man claims he was abruptly fired from his finance job at a car dealership after his employer learned he is HIV-positive. Jeffrey Villacampa…filed a lawsuit…against Bayside Volkswagen…with the Supreme Court of the State of New York...

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2 April 2013
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Auteur: Asia Catalyst, Thai AIDS Treatment Action Group & Dongjen Center for Human Rights Education

Asia Catalyst, Thai AIDS Treatment Action Group (TTAG) and Dongjen Center for Human Rights Education are pleased to announce the publication of Change It: Ending Rights Abuses, the final volume in their three-part curriculum of human rights manuals for...

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13 March 2013
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Auteur: Jeannette I. Andrade, Philippine Daily Inquirer

Quezon City Council has passed a measure that would protect workers infected with…HIV…in the workplace, and discriminatory employers face revocation of their business permits and licenses…The draft…defines discrimination as “Any act that may degrade...

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1 October 2012
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Auteur: International Trade Union Confederation

…The law of Bangladesh does not adequately provide for freedom of association, the right to collective bargaining and the right to strike. The law establishes excessive requirements and complicated procedures in order to register a trade union...

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7 May 2012
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Auteur: Huffington Post [USA]

A former manager of several Burger King restaurants…has accused the…company of firing him because he's HIV-positive…[T]he company let him go…three months after he disclosed his HIV status…[H]is lawyers claim the dismissal violates the Americans with...

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26 March 2012
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Auteur: UN Integrated Regional Information Network Plus News (IRIN Plus News)

Regulators are increasingly scrutinizing HIV and TB responses in South Africa’s mining sector, which could lead to the industry being hit where it hurts - the bottom line...Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu announced that mining companies,...

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3 March 2012
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Auteur: Indian Express

... the CII [HIV/AIDS] conference... [was] organised...in association with Indian Business Trust for HIV/AIDS (IBT)...[B]usinesses can lend support to the socio-economic needs of victims. They can also launch screening facilities for their workers, put...

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18 December 2011
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Auteur: Tanzania Daily News

In a bid to manage the epidemic at the workplace there is a need for management at the various companies and organisations to take the lead and adapt and implement relevant HIV/AIDS policies. In light of this commitment the second annual CEOs HIV...

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7 December 2011
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Auteur: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Below is a selection of items about company inititiaves relating to HIV/AIDS, issued on the occasion of World AIDS Day 2011 (1 December). Also, inlcuded are news stories urging greater private sector action and legal protections against workplace...

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6 December 2011
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Auteur: Chong Ai Ling, The Online Citizen [Singapore]

The main commitment of businesses is to their bottomline, and most businesses stay away from culturally taboo issues such as AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome). However a local Non-Governmental-Organisation, Business Coalition on AIDS Singapore...

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