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19 Mar 2024

Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Update - Issue 48, March 2024: Latin America and the Caribbean: New standards on the horizon to protect human rights defenders fighting harmful business practices

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

The latest Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Update compiles the most important legal developments in the business and human rights space over the last quarter and includes:

  • A highlight on new standards to protect human rights defenders fighting harmful business practices in Latin America and the Caribbean
  • New lawsuit profiles against Yves Rocher over workers' rights and union busting and against Osage Wind over a wind farm project in indigenous Osage County
  • Updates to lawsuit profiles against Apple, Google, Tesla, and others over child labour in DRC; Auchan over garment factories in Bangladesh; BHP & Vale over dam collapse in Brazil; Anglo American South Africa over lead poisoning in Zambia and Lafarge over complicity in crimes against humanity in Syria
  • The latest legal developments from over a dozen countries
  • Resources, expert opinions and more

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