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11 January 2018

How courts and advocates are shaping legal doctrine on corporate liability and human rights obligations

Author: Marion Cadier, Business and Human Rights Resource Centre

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11 January 2018

Our latest Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Bulletin is now available

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25 October 2017

China Communication Construction Company lawsuit (re HIV/AIDS discrimination, Uganda)

On 3 May 2017, two former Ugandan employees of China Communication Construction Company (CCCC) filed a lawsuit in the High Court of Uganda against the company for unfair dismissal. They claim they were dismissed for being HIV positive. CCCC denies the...

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1 August 2017

Chinese Company Fires HIV-Positive Workers

Author: Robert I. Rotberg, ChinaUSFocus (US)

One of China’s largest and most powerful construction companies, with operations all over Africa…insists that its workers be tested for HIV and then…fires those whose results affirm their HIV status…Whether China Communications imposes similar...

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27 July 2017

Uganda: Two former employees sue China Communications Construction for HIV/AIDS discrimination

Author: Amy Fallon, Thomas Reuters Foundation

"Ugandans take Chinese firm to court in latest HIV workplace battle"...

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28 May 2017

Ghana: Two labour unions lead protests against alleged poor working conditions at CHEC and Labadi Beach Hotel

Author: GhanaWeb (Ghana)

"Two labour unions protest poor working conditions in Accra and Tema", 19 May 2017...

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7 May 2017

Thailand: Local groups protest against China's plan to blast Mekong River over concerns on environment & livelihood

"...Thai protesters...protesters…said [China's plan to blast...the Mekong River for bigger cargo ships]...will destroy fish breeding grounds, disrupt migrating birds and cause increased water flow that will erode riverside farmland...Second Harbour...

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3 May 2017

Plaint in the case of Annet Namuyomba Mukisa & George William Kato v China Communication Construction Company Ltd

Author: Taslaf Advocates

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20 January 2016

Wespath excludes 39 companies from portfolio on human rights grounds

With external research provided by Sustainalytics, Wespath identified 39 companies for exclusion from its portfolios under its Human Rights Guideline.

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4 March 2015
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