Travail forcé et esclavage moderne

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Article
20 February 2019
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Auteur: Sonia Elk, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"Irish migrant fisher workers' scheme breaches human rights, say UN rapporteurs", 18 Feb 2019...

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Histoire
19 February 2019
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Article
19 February 2019
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Auteur: Charlotte Tate & Eric Gottwald, International Labor Rights Forum

...[W]hile browsing online, we were surprised to find that we could buy cotton hand towels advertised as “made in Turkmenistan” on the websites of Amazon, Walmart, and eBay. In May 2018, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) took the extraordinary...

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Non-réponse
19 February 2019
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Histoire
19 February 2019
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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Ammofos-Maxam & Maxam-Chirchiq to respond to allegations that the companies are implicated in tragic deaths related to forced labour in Uzbekistan's cotton sector. The companies did not respond. ...

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Non-réponse
19 February 2019
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Réponse
18 February 2019
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Auteur: Amazon

Third-party sellers are required to comply with all relevant laws, regulations, and policies when listing items for sale in our store. Those who do not will be subject to action, including potential removal of their account. Items produced in whole or...

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Réponse
18 February 2019
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Auteur: eBay

...The items you referenced are prohibited to be sold on eBay. They violate eBay’s International Trading Policy...

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Histoire
18 February 2019
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The Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA) of SOK Corporation's Italian processed tomato supply chains was prepared by Oxfam as part of a pilot for the company's new approach to assessing human rights impacts in high risk supply chains that goes ‘beyon...

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Article
18 February 2019
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Auteur: Yukako Ono, Nikkei Asian Review

"Migrant workers in Thailand live harsh, but improving, reality", 17 February 2019...

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