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9 January 2017

Uganda: Land acquisition for oil-related infrastructure compromising local communities' livelihoods

Author: Francis Mugerwa, The Monitor (Uganda)

"Uganda: Poor Landowners Caught Up in Fight for Land in Oil-Rich Buliisa"...

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Article
6 January 2017

Over 1000 human rights defenders killed or harassed in 2016 – new report urges advocates to engage companies more effectively

Author: Front Line Defenders

"Annual Report on Human Rights Defenders at Risk in 2016", 3 Jan 2017...

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Report
21 December 2016

Report highlights shrinking civic space for natural resource activists & calls for collective action

Author: CIVICUS & Publish What You Pay

“Against all odds: The perils of fighting for natural resource justice”, 3 December 2016...

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20 December 2016
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12 December 2016

Global “race to the bottom” by companies avoiding taxes results in harm to public, says new Oxfam policy paper

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11 December 2016

LafargeHolcim accused of labour rights abuses worldwide in global day of action organised by IndustriAll union federation

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Company response
10 December 2016

LafargeHolcim Statement on IndustriAll Action Day

Author: Lafargeholcim

LafargeHolcim strongly believes that people are essential to the success of the company. Our ambition is to create a workplace that is safe, diverse, inclusive, respectful, where people enjoy coming to work....The Group is undergoing a transformation...

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10 December 2016
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Author: LafargeHolcim

Le Centre de Ressources sur les Entreprises et les Droits de l'Homme a invité LafargeHolcim à répondre aux accusations de violations des droits des travailleurs. La réponse est disponible ici (uniquement en anglais).

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Article
7 December 2016

Uganda: Women working at Royal Van Zanten flower farm poisoned by pesticides - Trade Minister dismisses workers' claims to protect flower industry

Author: Isaac Khisa, Independent (Uganda)

Poison at Dutch flower farm, 5 Dec 2016...

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5 December 2016

Uganda: High court rules law barring workplace equality agency from hearing claims based on "immoral" behaviour unconstitutional - may clear way for LGBT claims

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