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21 May 2020

Spain: Moroccan female migrant workers on strawberry farms allegedly face sexual abuse

Author: Kristen Gianaris, Morocco World News

"Moroccan Female Workers in Spain Live Ongoing Strawberry Field Nightmare", 14 May 2020...

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19 May 2020

Intl. coalition of labour unions files complaint against McDonald's at OECD over 'systemic sexual harassment' of employees worldwide

Author: Anna Jean Kaiser, The Guardian

"McDonald's accused over 'systemic sexual harassment' of employees worldwide", 18 May 2020...

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19 May 2020

Lebanon: Facebook used for trafficking in domestic migrant workers

The Lebanese authorities have arrested a Lebasene man for trafficking in domestic migrant workers on Facebook. The man put a Nigerian domestic migrant worker for sale on a Facebook page named “Buy and sell in Lebanon”. He posted pictures of the...

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18 May 2020
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Author: The Conversation

“Cómo evitar que la pandemia afecte a los avances en igualdad de género” – 14 de mayo de 2020...

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18 May 2020
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Anlässlich des 7. Jahrestages des Einsturzes des Rana-Plaza-Gebäudes in Bangladesch veröffentlichten die Kampagne für Saubere Kleidung und Brot für die Welt neue Untersuchungen über die Arbeitsbedingungen in europäischen Fabriken, die für deutsche...

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18 May 2020

European garment workers producing for German brands continue to face abuse amid COVID-19, report finds; incl. company responses

On the seventh anniversary of the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh, Clean Clothes Campaign and Bread for the World published new research on the working conditions in European factories producing for German brands Esprit, Gerry Weber and Hugo...

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18 May 2020

Facebook releases findings of independent human rights impact assessments of the role of its services in Sri Lanka, Indonesia & Cambodia

Facebook has released the findings of three independent human rights impact assessments it commissioned in 2018 that examined the degree to which its platforms did or did not contribute to adverse human rights impacts in Sri Lanka, Indonesia and...

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17 May 2020

Commentary: Covid-19-related border closures do not not stop trafficking; exploitation of vulnerable workers increases

Author: Erin Anderson, DevPolicy

"Closing borders will not stop human trafficking in ASEAN," 12 May 2020...

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17 May 2020
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Author: Biodiversidad LA

“Hoy se lanza el Atlas del Agronegocio Transgénico en el Cono Sur- 18 de mayo de 2020-...

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14 May 2020

Human Rights Watch says mobile location tracking programs used by govts. in the fight against Covid-19 pose serious risks to human rights

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