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11 December 2017

All that glitters is not gold: Shining a light on supply chain disclosure in the jewellery sector.

Author: Ardea International

This report focuses on the jewellery sector. We have included eight of the major jewellers in the UK, namely the Signet Group (and the companies under its control, as listed in the table in this report), Tiffany & Co., Goldsmiths, Links, F. Hinds,...

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8 December 2017

New study examines patterns in the restriction of civil society's scope for action against resource exploitation

Resource and energy demand has increased over the last few decades, with more extraction and land use happening in more countries than ever before and citizens fighting for their rights and working to preserve their livelihoods. The authors of this...

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8 December 2017
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5 December 2017

India: Labour reforms that could ease factory closures & retrenchments on hold after strong backlash from trade unions

Author: Priyanka Kakodkar, Times of India

'Labour reforms on hold, govt to seek consensus'. 18 November 2017...

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5 December 2017

India: UK study reveals BPO workers regularly face racial abuse

Author: Huffington Post (India)

"Indian BPO Workers Regularly Face Racial Abuse, Reveals Study." 27 November 2017...

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4 December 2017

COP23 side event ”Climate Change – Extractive Industries – Resource Efficiency” highlights need to address human rights risks

Author: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

The overall topic discussed, was the connection between climate change and mining and how to reduce resource intensity in our economies. The central question [...] was whether we can or rather should “Leave it [extractive resources] in the Ground?”......

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2 December 2017

India: British Safety Council report says 48,000 die yearly due to occupational accidents

Author: Times of India

"48,000 die due to occupational accidents yearly: Study", 20 November 2017...

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30 November 2017
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Author: Public Eye

"Lassen UN-Experten Syngenta und Bayer die Verletzung des internationalen Verhaltenskodex zum Pestizidmanagement durchgehen?", 23 Nov 2017...

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29 November 2017

India: Guwahati rally during UN Forum highlights human rights abuses in Assam tea supply chains

Author: Anirudha Nagar & Jayshree Satpute, Open Democracy

"From Geneva to Guwahati: demanding fair wages for Assam's tea workers", 27 Nov 2017...

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28 November 2017

Ease of doing business not matched by civic freedoms: Managing risk goes beyond an assessment of regulation and property rights

Author: Mauricio Lazala, in the Financial Times (UK)

This month El Salvador, Thailand, India and Uzbekistan were recognised among the year’s top 10 improvers in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business rankings.Among other things, this signals simpler regulation and stronger protection of property rights...

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