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19 July 2019

India: Govt. records 77,155 labour abuse allegations by migrant workers in the Gulf between 2016-2019

The Indian government has released figures detailing the numbers of allegations of labour abuse it has received from migrant workers to the Gulf countries in the four years between 2016 and 2019. 77,155 complaints were made to embassies and consulates...

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18 July 2019

Pakistan: Govt. enforces employment code, blacklists recruiters for exploitative labour practices

Author: Khaleej Times (UAE)

"12 foreign recruitment firms barred from hiring Pakistani workers", 8 Jul 2019...

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15 July 2019

Briefing on Business & Human Rights in Tanzania; covers extractives, agribusiness, & tourism

The Business and Human Rights Tanzania(BHRT), Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance(CHRAGG), and International Peace Information Service(IPIS) have released a briefing presents an overview of present-day business and human rights issues and...

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12 July 2019

Commentary: Why arbitrate business & human rights disputes?

Author: Prof. Dr. Diane Desierto, Univ. of Notre Dame, on EJIL: Talk!

"Why Arbitrate Business and Human Rights Disputes? Public Consultation Period Open for the Draft Hague Rules on Business and Human Rights Arbitration", 12 Jul 2019...

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12 July 2019

UAE: Construction company ordered to pay delayed wages to 30 workers, hundreds stranded in total

Author: Rory Reynolds, The National (UAE)

"Dubai construction workers win court case over unpaid wages", 11 Jul 2019...

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10 July 2019
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Author: Belga (Belgique)

« Des ONG portent plainte aux Pays-Bas contre ING pour son soutien à l'huile de palme », 5 juillet 2019...

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4 July 2019

Tanzania: RAID report claims Acacia's grievance mechanism "disempowers victims"; includes company's response & RAID's rejoinder

In a recent letter to Acacia's Board, RAID claims that rather than providing relief and compensation, the company's grievance process disempowers victims and subjects them to a humiliating process. It permits the company to act as investigator, judge...

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3 July 2019

UAE: Unpaid workers receive wages after intervention of mobile labour court

Author: Ismail Sebugwaawo, Khaleej Times

"UAE mobile court makes employer pay workers' salaries on the spot ", 1 Jul 2019...

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2 July 2019
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Author: Ágora (España)

“Los sindicatos y la sociedad civil piden al G20 que proteja a los denunciantes”, 22 de junio de 2019...

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26 June 2019
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Author: Bündnis für nachhaltige Textilien

"Das "Wie". Der Due Diligence Prozess"...

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