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Artigo
30 July 2013
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Autor: Reuters

A South Korean court ordered...Mitsubishi Heavy Industries...to pay...$360,200...in compensation to five South Koreans for forced labour during Japan's colonial rule in the second such ruling...Mitsubishi said it would appeal the decision. [refers to...

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Artigo
5 July 2013
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Autor: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre case profile for lawsuits against Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Français (SNCF) to hold it accountable over transporting 76,000 civilians to Nazi death camps during World War II.]

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Artigo
3 July 2013
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Autor: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre case profile for lawsuit filed in Japan against Nishimatsu Construction over allegations that the it forcibly brought Chinese individuals to Hiroshima Prefecture during World War II and used them as forced...

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Artigo
25 June 2013
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Autor: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre case profile for lawsuit against IBM on behalf of five Roma (Gypsy) plaintiffs orphaned in the Holocaust. They alleged that IBM assisted the Nazis in Holocaust killings during World War II by providing punch...

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Artigo
11 June 2012
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Autor: Judith Brown Chomsky, counsel for amici

Given Germany’s history, it is particularly troubling that the Federal Government [of Germany] has chosen to intervene in support of cutting off an important avenue of accountability for human rights abuses involving corporate activity. In particular,...

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História
24 April 2012
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Artigo
1 June 2011
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Autor: Susan Ariel Aaronson, Associate Research Professor, Elliott School of Intl. Affairs, George Washington Univ., and Research Fellow, World Trade Institute; Ian Higham, George Washington Univ.

Executives clearly need guidance as to how to ensure that they don’t undermine the human rights of their stakeholders...Human rights violations by firms stem from a gap in national and international governance. But in June 2011, the UN Human Rights...

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Artigo
1 February 2011
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Autor: Susan Aaronson, Professor & Ian Higham, Research Assistant - Elliott School of Intl. Affairs, George Washington Univ in Policy Innovations

...Building on years of research and multi-stakeholder dialogue, [UN Special Representative on business & human rights John] Ruggie outlined a framework and Guiding Principles to help firms “operationalize” their human rights responsibilities.....

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Artigo
12 November 2010
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Autor: Maia de la Baume, New York Times

France’s national railway, the S.N.C.F., has issued its first public apology for its involvement in the deportation of tens of thousands of Jews to Nazi death camps during World War II. Guillaume Pepy…, the railway’s director, expressed the company’s ...

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História
25 October 2010
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