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27 March 2017

Financial reporting by EU's biggest banks reveals tax avoidance, depriving poor countries of income, says Oxfam

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22 March 2017

Mexico: Children reportedly working in poor conditions at Coca-Cola recycling plant, company responds

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22 March 2017

Weekly Update - 22 March 2017: Victory for communities in Odisha as POSCO surrenders land for steel plant

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21 March 2017

Qatar under scrutiny at ILO for forced labour, treatment of migrant workers

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20 March 2017

Corporate Human Rights Benchmark releases ranking results on human rights performance of 98 companies

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20 March 2017

German G20 Presidency: Civil society calls for higher priority of human rights protection in intl. supply chains

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16 March 2017

Kenya: Report alleges telecom firms complicit in violation of privacy by govt. agents; Safaricom comments

Privacy International has published a new investigation 'Track, Capture, Kill: Inside Communications Surveillance and Counterterrorism In Kenya'. The report documents how unregulated state surveillance is facilitating human rights abuses. In response,...

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15 March 2017

Weekly Update - 15 March: Corporate Human Rights Benchmark ranks 98 companies on human rights performance

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14 March 2017

Japan: Trade Union Federation agrees to overtime limit up to karoshi line

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8 March 2017

Honduran farmers sue Intl. Finance Corp. in US for funding palm oil companies accused of land grabbing & violence

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