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8 July 2020

Europe: Poor working & housing conditions at meat packing plants responsible for COVID-19 outbreak among workforce, report alleges

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of workers at meat processing plants across Europe have become infected with the virus. A new report by the European Federation of Food, Agriculture and Tourism Trade Unions (EFFAT) identifies poor...

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8 July 2020
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Oxfam hat zum dritten Mal 16 große Supermarktketten hinsichtlich ihrer Geschäftspolitik und ihres Umgangs mit Menschenrechten in der Lebensmittellieferkette untersucht, darunter fünf deutsche (Aldi Nord, Aldi Süd, Edeka, Lidl und Rewe)....

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8 July 2020

Tesla secures cobalt sourcing deal with Glencore, despite human rights concerns linked to cobalt mining

Author: Sam Shead, CNBC

"Tesla plans to use Glencore cobalt in new Gigafactories", 16 June 2020....

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7 July 2020

Asia Floor Wage Alliance examines challenges of COVID-19 for suppliers that translate into increased risk & burden of liability for garment workers

Author: Asia Floor Wage Alliance

"THE EMPEROR HAS NO CLOTHES: Garment supply chains in the time of pandemic, Isue III", July 2020...

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7 July 2020
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Author: Repórter Brasil

“Desmatamento na Amazônia: controle de supermercados sobre fornecedores irregulares de carne bovina é falho, dizem entidades. Carrefour, Grupo Pão de Açúcar e Grupo Big (ex- Walmart) são abastecidos por frigoríficos que, por sua vez, têm fornecedores...

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7 July 2020
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Author: CISDE

“Agora mais do que nunca, Precisamos de uma devida diligência obrigatória na cadeia de abastecimento para travar os abusos das empresas e garantir a solidariedade global” ...

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7 July 2020

Over 110 bishops call on governments to introduce mandatory due diligence for companies

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7 July 2020

Philippines: Unions accuse Coca-Cola of using COVID-19 as pretext to target & dismiss union leaders; Company denies allegations

Coca-Cola management in the Philippines is using COVID-19 as a pretext to target and dismiss union leaders at the San Fernando plant in Pampanga province, according to the International Union of Food, Agricultural, Hotel, Restaurant, Catering, Tobacco...

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7 July 2020
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