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2 August 2017

Australia: Evidence provided to public inquiry reveals businesses unaware of slavery in supply chains

Author: Nassim Khadem, Sydney Morning Herald

"Australian businesses unaware of slavery in supply chains, inquiry told", 1 August 2017...

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5 July 2017

EU needs to enforce common health & environmental standards to support food industry in developing a sustainable food system, says scholar

Author: Aleksandra Eriksson, EU Observer

"Cheap meat is bigger problem for climate and health", 26 June 2017...

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26 June 2017
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Author: Gastronomía & CIA

“Las grandes compañías alimentarias se unen para erradicar el trabajo esclavo”, 25 de Junio de 2017...

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22 June 2017

New laws & public opinion can help fight modern slavery, but companies should be more proactive in self-reporting

Author: Lindsay Fortado, Financial Times (UK)

Forced labour was once a niche human rights matter for large companies but it has moved to the forefront of corporate concerns with the introduction of the UK's Modern Slavery Act. ... While the law is often criticised for lacking teeth... it has...

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21 June 2017

Business and human rights: The challenge of regulating global supply chains

Author: Justine Nolan, University of New South Wales, Alternative Law Journal

"Business and human rights: The challenge of putting principles into practice and regulating global supply chains" 6 Jun 2017...

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20 June 2017

KnowTheChain: Ranking companies' efforts to address forced labour in their supply chains

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13 June 2017
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Le rapport 2016 de la Fondation International Cocoa Initiaitive souligne que la chute du prix du cacao risque de saper les importants progrés qui ont été réalisés par l'industrie cacaoyère en faveur des producteurs de cacao. Cette situation menace d...

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8 June 2017
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Author: Portafolio.co

“El difícil momento del aceite de palma en Europa” - 7 de junio de 2017...

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6 June 2017

Colombia: Research by NGOs analyse business' strategies and engagement with peace-building initiatives

A series of research papers under their collaborative and learning project on peace-building related issues and business on Colombia, by CDA (Collaborative Learning Projects) and the Colombia-based FIP (Foundation Ideas for Peace) shows different...

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6 June 2017

Australia: Labor vows to stamp out slavery in supply chains

Author: Gareth Hutchens, The Guardian (UK)

Bill Shorten has promised to introduce legislation to prevent slave labour being used in the global supply chains of Australian businesses if Labor wins the next election. Labor would require Australia's biggest companies to produce annual reports on...

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