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19 February 2019
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Author: Retail Detail

« Le harcèlement sexuel est largement répandu dans les usines de confection », 18 février 2019...

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15 February 2019

Human Rights Watch: Audits insufficient to address rife sexual harassment in garment industry; Urges brands to take action

Author: Human Rights Watch

"Combating Sexual Harassment in the Garment Industry", 12 February 2019...

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14 February 2019
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Author: Juliane Kippenberg, Human Rights Watch

'Eine glänzende Gelegenheit für den Goldsektor', 4 Feb 2019...

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14 February 2019
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Author: Juliane Kippenberg, Human Rights Watch, dans Le Temps (Suisse)

"L’initiative « Multinationales responsables », une occasion en or pour le secteur aurifère", 12 février 2019...

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14 February 2019

Switzerland: Council of States to decide on binding human rights protection for Swiss co. & their supply chains

Author: Juliane Kippenberg, Human Rights Watch

'A brilliant opportunity for the gold sector', 12 Feb 2019...

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12 February 2019

Canada: Standing Committee report on resource extraction in Latin America recommends Govt. focus development initiatives on root causes of human rights abuses

Author: Report of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development, House of Commons

"Race to the top: Improving Canada's extractive sector corporate social responsibility strategy to safeguard human rights in Latin America," 31 Jan 2019...

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6 February 2019

Papua New Guinea: Report highlights abuses at Porgera gold mine; urges co. to address harm & strengthen remedy mechanism

Author: Radio New Zealand

"Pressure at PNG's Porgera mine to act on human rights redress", 6 February 2019...

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Story
30 January 2019

NGOs support claimants' application to appeal to UK Supreme Court against Unilever for its subsidiary’s alleged failure to protect employees from post-electoral violence in Kenya

Following the 2007 post-election violence in Kenya, 200 victims brought a lawsuit in the United Kingdom against Unilever. The complaint argues that the company was allegedly responsible for its subsidiary's failure to protect its employees living and...

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25 January 2019

Australia: New report alleges Australian companies' involvement in human rights violations overseas

1 December 2018...

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Report
24 January 2019

Pakistan: Human Rights Watch reveals 'unfair and abusive' labour practices in garment industry

Author: Human Rights Watch

"No Room to Bargain" Unfair and Abusive Labor Practices in Pakistan, 23 January 2019...

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