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31 March 2020

UNICEF, ILO & UN Women publish ‘family-friendly’ recommendations for employers during COVID-19

Author: UNICEF, ILO and UN Women

“Family-friendly policies and other good workplace practices in the context of COVID-19: key steps employers can take”, 27 March 2020...

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5 March 2020

UAE: NMC Health employees go unpaid as co. faces financial investigation

Author: Taha Lokhandwala, The Telegraph (UK)

"Troubled health company NMC says sorry as staff wait for their wages," 5 Mar 2020...

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12 February 2020

UAE: Construction companies allegedly polluting canals with site waste

Author: Gillian Duncan, The National (UAE)

"Construction companies still pumping waste into the water in al Raha," 8 Feb 2020...

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24 January 2020

South Korea: Figures show more men taking parental leave in private sector

Author: Korea Herald

“More men taking parental leave than ever before”, 22 January 2020...

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20 December 2019

DRC: 10 000 families to be relocated from cobalt site due to rising mineral demand

Author: AFP & news24

"10 000 families to be moved from DR Congo cobalt site - provincial governor", 18 December 2019....

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25 October 2019

Nigeria: Use of WhatsApp among older generations contributing to spread of fake news, includes company comments

Author: Yomi Kazeem, Quartz Africa

"Whatsapp is the medium of choice for older Nigerians spreading fake news", 22 October 2019....

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12 September 2019
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Author: AFP

« Kering étend son congé paternité à 14 semaines rémunérées », 10 septembre 2019...

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22 August 2019

UAE: Indian worker owed 150,000 USD by employer despite favourable court ruling

Author: Dhanusha Gokulan, Khaleej Time (UAE)

"3 siblings out of school for a year after father loses job in UAE", 22 Aug 2019...

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5 August 2019

Lebanon: Companies boost equality in the workplace

Lebanese law currently allows women to take up to 10 weeks paid maternity leave and men to take just three days off, but this falls far short of the recommended six months. Moreover, the paternity leave policy is reportedly neither applied nor enforced...

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25 July 2019
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Author: Instituto de estudios para el desarrollo y la paz- Indepaz (Colombia)

“Organizaciones nacionales e internacionales de Derechos Humanos ALERTAN: Desalojo por vía policiva de la comunidad indígena wayúu “El Rocío””- 23 de julio de 2019...

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