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25 October 2019
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Author: Olivier Petitjean, Basta !

« De la France à l’ONU, la pression monte pour un encadrement juridique des multinationales », 24 octobre 2019...

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30 September 2019
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Author: Deutscher Fußball-Bund

"Bekenntnis zu Menschenrechte in Satzung", 27. September 2019...

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11 June 2019

Report finds gaps in enforcement of human rights duties at sea by Denmark, Panama & Taiwan

Author: Human Rights at Sea, Univ. of Bristol Law School Human Rights Implementation Centre

"Second Flag States and Human Rights Report Published", 10 June 2019...

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30 May 2019

Global garment companies are failing to deliver on living wage promises to workers, new SPERI study finds

Author: Remi Edwards, Tom Hung & Genevieve LeBaron, Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute

Since the collapse of the Rana Plaza garment factory in Bangladesh in 2013, the garment industry has faced growing pressure to raise wages and improve working conditions from consumers, civil society, unions and governments. Leading global corporation...

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28 January 2019
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Author: Consejo de Derechos Humanos ONU

Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, el Experto Independiente sobre la deuda externa y los derechos humanos, publicó los Principios Rectores sobre las Evaluaciones de los Efectos de las Reformas Económicas en los Derechos Humanos para ayudar a los Estados, las...

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27 January 2019
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Author: ComunicaRSE (Argentina)

“Empresas mineras canadienses se desempeñan mal en Derechos Humanos”, 21 de enero de 2019...

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27 January 2019

New Guiding principles on human rights impact assessments of economic reforms

Author: UN Human Rights Council

"UN expert issues new guiding principles on economic reforms and human rights", 21 of January 2019...

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5 July 2018

UK: Govt. review of transparency rules for oil & mining co's finds extractive reporting does not harm business interests

The UK Government's review of initial reporting by oil, gas and mining companies under the Reports on Payments to Governments Regulations found that the law requiring extractive companies to disclose details of payments to governments for oil and...

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30 May 2018

BIICL report: recommendations for business when nat'l law conflicts with int'l human rights standards

Author: Lise Smit, Arianne Griffith and Robert McCorquodale, British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL)

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25 April 2018

Global finance sector needs to start acknowledging its human rights responsibilities, argues professor

Author: David Kinley on openDemocracy

"Finance struggles to find a social conscience", 15 April 2018...

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