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22 January 2017
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Auteur: Anuradha Nagaraj, Reuters [UK]

Tea gardens began shutting in 2002 and within five years, most had fully closed because management said they were unviable to run or struggled with big loans...Sabita, 16, is among the growing number of adolescent girls coerced to leave the tea-growing...

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1 December 2016
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Auteur: Kate Macdonald, University of Melbourne & Samantha Balaton-Chrimes, Deakin University

November 2016...

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29 November 2016
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Package of materials on non-judicial grievance mechanisms by Non-Judicial Human Rights Redress Mechanisms Project including: 10 in depth case studies ...examining harms caused by mining, agribusiness and textile clothing and footwear production in Ind...

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23 November 2016
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Auteur: Wilfred Ayaga, Standard Digital (Kenya)

“MPs want Kenyans to benefit from lands whose leases have expired”...

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6 November 2016
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In 2009, through a $7.8 million investment by the Bank, Tata created Amalgamated Plantations Private Limited (or APPL), the second largest tea producer in Assam. The APPL project affects 155,000 people - including 30,000 tea plantation workers and...

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23 October 2016
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Auteur: W. A.Sunil, World Socialist Web Site

Sri Lankan plantation workers held widespread protests voicing their anger against a new collective agreement signed by unions and companies last Tuesday. The deal, which is endorsed by the Sri Lankan government, locks workers into increased workloads...

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18 October 2016
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Auteur: Paliani Chinguwo, in Charge.org

"Arrests and Prosecution Not Solutions To The Problem of Land in Thyolo/Mulanje (Malawi)"...

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5 October 2016
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Auteur: Coco Liu, Reuters (USA)

"Insured crabs, tea help China's farmers avoid extreme weather losses," 3 Oct 2016...

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Histoire
22 September 2016
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The Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) and the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) have developed a preliminary web-based country guide that aims to be a resource for businesses, Civil Society Organisations, Governments, multilateral...

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4 September 2016
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Auteur: Green Muheya, Nyasa Times (Malawi)

"16 arrested in Malawi tea estate land grab: Thyolo villagers occupy Comforzi Estate"...

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