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18 February 2020

Australia: Farms workers of fruit & vegetable grower Costa are found living in 'slum-like conditions'

Author: Katri Uibu & Erin Cooper, ABC News

"Dozens of farm workers found living in five-bedroom building in Latrobe in Tasmania's north", 7 February 2020...

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17 February 2020

Australia: Coles store managers underpaid $20 million over six years

Author: Dominic Powell & Anna Patty, The Age

"Government warns companies to 'get house in order' after Coles workers underpaid", 18 February 2020...

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16 February 2020

Myanmar: Govt. sets new rules for contract farming to reduce farmers' debt burden

Author: Htoo Thant, Myanmar Times

"Myanmar govt sets rules for contract farming", 11 February 2020 The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation has released rules for contract farming to boost Myanmar's agriculture sector. U Ye Tint Tun, director general of the Department of ...

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12 February 2020

Vietnam: NGOs call EU to postpone vote on free trade with Vietnam citing human rights concerns; EU says deal will address issues

Author: South China Morning Post

"Vietnam looks to burnish human rights image before EU trade vote", 11 February 2020...

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6 February 2020

Myanmar: Garment workers of foreign-run firms decry poor working conditions & low wages

Author: Tint Zaw Tun, Myanmar Times

"Myanmar garment workers protest poor working conditions", 29 January 2020 Garment workers at three foreign-run firms in Yangon marched to City Hall to decry poor working conditions. Ma Aye Thandar Win, chair of the labour union at Hunter Myanmar garm...

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3 February 2020

Front Line Defenders Global Analysis 2019

Global Analysis 2019 details the physical assaults, defamation campaigns, digital security threats, judicial harassment, and gendered attacks faced by HRDs and women human rights defenders (WHRDs) around the world. …HRDs are at the forefront of social...

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20 January 2020
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Author: Carta Capital

“Trabalho doméstico vale 10 trilhões de dólares não pagos a mulheres anualmente” – 20 de janeiro de 2019...

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19 January 2020

Philippines: Korean-owned Se Jung Apparel continues to delay payment of wages and mandatory benefit for workers

Author: Partido Manggagawa

"DOLE hit for inaction on violations of "Grinch" company in Cavite", 3 January 2020...

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19 January 2020

Philippines: Labour group alleges labour rights violations of Korean-owned Se Jung Apparel; company did not respond

An article posted by a labour-rights watch group Partido Manggagawa alleges that Korean-owned Se Jung Apparel has “maintained its illegal and hardline stance that it will grant the 13th month pay in March instead of December". The article further...

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19 January 2020

Se Jung Apparel's non-response

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Se Jung Apparel to respond; it did not.

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