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Updating the Resource Centre Digital Platform

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

We will soon be updating the site to improve its usability and better serve the thousands of people that use our site to support their work.

Please take an advance peek at our new look, and let us know what you think!

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Alex Guy, Digital Officer

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20 July 2020

Global Union Industriall warns from aerospace multinationals dismissing staff in Morocco and Tunisia following covid-19

Author: IndustriAll

"Aerospace companies must assume responsibility in Morocco and Tunisia", 15th of July 2020...

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8 June 2020

Tunisia: Comms firm UReputation accused of coordinating Facebook disinformation campaigns to influence African elections

In June 2020, NGO Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab) published a report into the operations of UReputation, a Tunisia-based digital communications firm. The company's report found that the company had created a network of...

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Company non-response
2 June 2020

Atelier Gardeur did not respond

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Company non-response
2 June 2020

Duijndam Machines did not respond

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1 June 2020

Tunisia: Garment workers strike over ongoing labour dispute following dismissal of union leaders at Gartex factory

An article published by Industriall exposed the ongoing strike of workers at Gartex garment factory workers in Tunisia. Gartex, a subsidary of german company Gardeur, owned by Dutch company Duijndam has failed to pay wages for workers amid the COVID...

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11 May 2020

Tunisia: More than half migrant workers lost their jobs in Covid-19 lockdown, according to IOM

Author: Infomigrants

 "53% of migrants lost jobs in Tunisia in COVID-19 lockdown", 8th of May 2020 ...

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Company response
23 April 2020
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Author: Sagemcom, Business News

« Sagemcom, acteur engagé en Tunisie et à travers le monde, avec tous ses collaborateurs, pour faire face à la crise du Coronavirus », 23 mars 2020....

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23 April 2020
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Un article en langue arabe paru sur Espace Manager allègue que Sagemcom aurait exposé ses travailleurs au danger du coronavirus en Tunisie, en maintenant ses activités économiques malgré les politiques de confinement du pays. L'article mentionne que l...

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22 April 2020

No. Africa: Govt. support for informal economy alongside businesses must be sustained beyond Covid-19

Author: Max Gallien, Middle East Eye

"How coronavirus threatens North Africa's informal workers," 15 Apr 2020...

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13 April 2020
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Author: FTDES, Union General Tunisienne des Travailleurs et autres associations

''LES MESURES DU GOUVERNEMENT SONT ENCOURAGEANTES MAIS IL FAUT DES DECISIONS PLUS FORTES POUR PROTÉGER LES MIGRANTS.ES ET LES RÉFUGIÉS.ÉES CONTRE LE COVID-19''...

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