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Company response
27 June 2020

Harita Group's response

Author: Harita Group

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Story
26 June 2020

Indonesia: Mining companies seek approval to dispose mining waste into ocean despite potential damage to local ecosystem; Harita responds

A recent media report alleges that the Indonesian Government has received requests from Harita Group as well as from Tsingshan Group, GEM Co. Ltd., and partners to allow the disposal of mining waste into the ocean floor despite the possibility of...

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Company non-response
25 June 2020

GEM Co., Ltd. did not respond

GEM Co., Ltd. did not respond

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Company non-response
25 June 2020

Tsingshan Group did not respond

Tsingshan Group did not respond.

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Article
23 June 2020

Indonesia: Electronics workers face lack of working hours and income, lack of legally mandated severance pay, health and safety concerns

Author: Electronics Watch and Sedane Labour Resource Center

"The Impact of COVID-19 on Electronics Workers in Indonesia", 23 June 2020...

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Article
17 June 2020

Barriers to accessing remedy continue in OECD National Contact Point system in 2019, report finds

Author: OECD Watch

"The state of remedy under the OECD Guidelines in 2019", 17 June 2020...

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Article
14 June 2020

Commentary: ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights ready to become a stronger human rights mechanism

Author: Eric Paulsen, The Jakarta Post

"AICHR ready to become stronger human rights mechanism", 13 June 2020...

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Article
13 June 2020

Indonesia: Workers still face harassment online while working from home during the COVID-19 outbreak

Author: Ivany Atina Arbi, The Jakarta Post

"Virtual harassment rampant during work-from-home, survey finds", 13 June 2020...

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Article
8 June 2020

Asia: COVID-19 pandemic must not serve as an excuse to vilify defenders who champion rights-based approaches in business practices

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre & Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development

"COVID-19: Protection of human rights defenders must no longer be ignored" 05 Jun 2020...

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Article
6 June 2020

Commentary: Govts & businesses can improve working women's wellbeing through actions based on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights

Author: Golda Benjamin (Business & Human Rights Resource Centre) & Kalayaan Constantino (Oxfam in Asia)

"Women at work deserve better from governments and businesses"...

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