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25 April 2017

Spirit of activism is never far away from world's most dynamic businesses, says Brunswick Group

Author: Jon Miller & Lucy Parker in Brunswick Review: spotlight on business & society, Brunswick Group (UK)

"Terms of the social contract", Apr 2017...

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25 October 2016

Report highlights unsafe practices at Maersk's ship recyclers in Alang, India; Maersk admits gaps

Danwatch, Danish investigative journalism center's report highlights unsafe practices at Shree Ram, the Alang shipbreaking yard recently contracted to scrap Maersk vessels. The inspection report and accompanying photos, as evaluated by independent...

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24 October 2016

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Author: A.P. Moller - Maersk

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12 October 2016

Maersk & the hazardous waste

Author: Claus Nordahl & Louise Maria Skotte Møller, Danwatch

Threats, fear and inadequate protective equipment are commonplace at the shipbreaking yard in India where two Maersk ships are now being cut up for scrap. Ten shipyard workers tell Danwatch that they lack contracts and safety equipment, and some have...

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1 September 2016

Investigative series looks at inequalities & injustices in intl. investment arbitration

Buzzfeed News investigates the injustices of investor state dispute settlement (ISDS) in a four part series. The series explores how the threat of arbitration is enough to chill government regulation, how ISDS helps executives escape punishment &...

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30 March 2016

Full report: An Introduction and Commentary to the 2011 UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and Their Implementation in the Maritime Environment

Author: Human Rights at Sea

The following Human Rights at Sea publication provides an extended introduction and commentary of  the  2011 UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights...It demonstrates the increasing need for the  implementation of the UNGPs in the maritime...

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30 April 2015
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Author: Cinthia Membreño, El Confidencial (Nicaragua)

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30 March 2015

EU to ban owners from scrapping ships on South Asian beaches

Author: Robert-Jan Bartunek, Reuters

Of 1,026 ocean-going ships recycled in 2014, 641 were taken apart on beaches in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan, according to figures from the NGO Shipbreaking Platform, which campaigns for an end to the hazardous practice....The new rules aim to stop...

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21 January 2015
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12 November 2014

Jordan: Port workers win in Aqaba dispute

Author: International Transport Workers' Federation

"Trade union wins in Aqaba dispute", 21 Oct 2014The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) is pleased to announce that port workers at the Aqaba Container Terminals (ACT) facility in Jordan run by APM Terminals have gained a victory...

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