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9 July 2020

Australia: Subcontracting in high-risk sectors amid COVID-19 could worsen existing labour abuses, says ACCR

Author: Dr Katie Hepworth, Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility

“Broken chains of responsibility: Victorian COVID-19 clusters reveal subcontracting risks”, 3 July 2020...

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17 April 2020

Commentary: How businesses can play a vital role in protecting & furthering right to water during & after COVID-19

Author: Riana Cermak, The Global Business Initiative on Human Rights

“COVID-19 and the right to water: The crucial role of business during and after the pandemic”, 14 April 2020...

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17 April 2020

Commentary: Human rights due diligence must remain at the core of businesses’ duties during & after COVID-19

Author: International Federation of Human Rights

“Don’t wash your hands of human rights obligations - corporate due diligence in times of COVID-19 and lessons for the future”, 17 April 2020...

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27 March 2020

EU: Upcoming conflict minerals regulation will not cover technology companies

Author: Sebastian Klovig Skelton, ComputerWeekly.com

"Upcoming conflit minerals regulation does not cover major technology companies", 9 March 2020....

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6 February 2020

UK: A third of FTSE 100 companies set to miss ethnic diversity targets, according to govt. backed review

Author: Tabby Kinder, Financial Times

"A third of FTSE 100 companies set to miss ethnic diversity targets", 5 Feb 2020...

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27 December 2019
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Author: Lepetitjournal.com Bangkok avec Reuters

Suchanee Cloitre, journaliste de la télévision thaïlandaise, a été condamnée mardi par la Cour de Lopburi pour un post publié sur Twitter à propos d’un scandale agroalimentaire impliquant l’entreprise thaïlandaise d’élevage de poulets, Thammakaset, a...

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16 December 2019

Middle East & N. Africa: Civil society criticises the evaluation of EU Association Agreements and their impact on socio-economic wellbeing in the region

A coalition of civil society organisations in the Middle East and North Africa have published a statement jointly criticising the evaluation study of six Association Agreements (AAs) between the EU and Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and...

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16 December 2019
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La société civile au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord a critiqué une étude d’évaluation des accords d’Association (AA) entre l’EU et l’Algeria, l’Égypte, la Jordanie, le Liban, le Maroc et la Tunisie. Décrivant l’approche comme « insatisfaisante »,...

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13 July 2019

Climate change litigation becomes a global trend, new report says

Author: Dana Drugmand, Climate Liability News

"Climate Litigation Has Become a Global Trend, New Report Shows", 8 Jul 2019...

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10 June 2019

Commentary: Canadian Govt. fails to take effective measures against corporate misconducts

Author: Penelope Simons, on Globe and Mail (Canada)

"Trudeau government’s global reputation at risk due to poor corporate accountability", 4 Jun 2019...

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