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18 October 2017
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17 October 2017

Australia: Woolworths agrees to back-pay underpaid workers in its labour supply chain

Author: Sarah Danckert, Sydney Morning Herald

"Woolworths trolley collectors to receive back pay", 11 October 2017...

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17 October 2017
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Author: InPACTO (Brazil)

"InPACTO reúne organizações para ampliação da rede de trabalho decente", 5 de outubro de 2017...

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16 October 2017

Hong Kong: Oxfam benchmark shows locally listed food companies weak on social & environmental disclosure

Author: Oxfam Hong Kong

"An assessment of the environmental and social transparency of food companies currently listed in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange", Oct 2017...

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16 October 2017
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Author: Thorsten Knuf, Frankfurter Rundschau

"Arbeitsmarkt: Rewe will Soldaten einstellen", 13 October 2017...

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16 October 2017

Jordan: IKEA collaboration with Syrian refugee women offers steady, year-round employment

Author: Anne Quito, Quartz

"Syrian refugee women are finding shelter—and a salary—in IKEA’s supply chain", 13 October 2017...

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16 October 2017

UNHCR, ILO and World Bank: Majority of surveyed Syrian workers in Jordan believe their employers will not sponsor them

Author: UNHCR, ILO and World Bank

"UNHCR, ILO and World Bank: Periodic Analysis of Syrian Workers in Jordan", October 2017...

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16 October 2017
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Author: رانيا الصرايرة، الغد الأردني

إطلاق "حقي اشتغل بكرامة" للتوعية بمعايير العمل اللائق، 7 أكتوبر 2017 ...

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15 October 2017

Thailand: Jaguar Steel terminates 2 Myanmar workers and pays them a total of USD$5500; downsizing cited as cause of termination

Author: KIC, Burma News International

" Two Myanmar migrants receive compensation after getting sacked", 13 October 2017...

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13 October 2017

Indonesia: Adidas & Mizuno failed to address labour rights abuses in supplier factory, says Clean Clothes Campaign

On 29th September, Clean Clothes Campaign issued a statement calling on sports' brands adidas and Mizuno to pay severance to former workers of the Panarub Dwikarya Benoa (PDK) factory in Indonesia who went on strike in 2012 to protest poor working...

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