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15 February 2017

Poor, marginalised communities face land threats from mining, infrastructure, renewable energy - secure tenure rights urgently needed

Author: Rights and Resources Initiative (USA)

From Risk and Conflict to Peace and Prosperity - The Urgency of securing Community Land Rights in a Turbulent World, Feb. 2017...

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13 February 2017

India: 2017 Responsible Business Index ranks top 100 listed companies

In an attempt to gauge how Indian firms are coping with the interests of various stakeholders, a collaborative effort of non-profits—Oxfam India, Corporate Responsibility Watch, Praxis and Partners in Change—has put together the second edition of...

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13 February 2017
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13 February 2017

Businesses must make greater effort to engage with UN Sustainable Development Goals, says Oxfam

Author: Namit Agarwal, Uwe Gneiting & Ruth Mhlanga, Oxfam

"Raising the bar: Rethinking the role of business in the Sustainable Development Goals", 13 Feb 2017...

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30 January 2017

KnowTheChain: Ranking of 20 apparel and footwear companies on efforts to address forced labour in the supply chain

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24 January 2017
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24 January 2017

Brazil: Repórter Brasil releases report on poor working conditions & irregular use of pesticides on certified coffee farms, it includes companies’ comments

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9 January 2017

US judge to decide on jurisdiction in lawsuit against chocolate firms over alleged child slavery in Côte d'Ivoire

Author: Edvard Pettersson, Bloomberg (USA)

"Child Slavery Claims Against Nestle, Cargill Get One More Chance", 9 Jan 2017...

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15 December 2016

Are there human rights abuses in your seafood?

Author: Anchalee Pipattanawattanakul, Greenpeace

Migrant workers from Cambodia and Myanmar are being used as forced labour in the Thai fishing industry. Using tricks of deception, non-binding verbal agreements and induced debt, these workers catch fish both for human consumption and the pet food...

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15 December 2016

Thailand: Greenpeace's investigation exposes severe labour rights abuses of rogue overseas fishing fleet in animal food export supply chain

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