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7 Mar 2022

Ukraine: Global outrage over Russian invasion leads to sanctions, demands for businesses to divest

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Russian invasion of Ukraine puts spotlight on businesses operating in the region and their human rights responsibilities. Some companies including financial institutions, tech platforms, oil and gas giants are making public pledges, while civil society and unions call for the human rights of workers to be the primary consideration.

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