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21 February 2017

G20: John Ruggie addresses socially sustainable supply chains in speech to govt. leaders

Author: John Ruggie, Berthold Beitz Professor at Harvard Kennedy School of Government

...according to an ILO report one out of seven jobs worldwide is related to global supply chains. That number does not encompass so-called non-standard forms of work, which can range from casual and temporary employment to forced and bonded labor, nor...

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20 February 2017

HSBC tightens standards on lending to the palm oil industry following Greenpeace report on its links to environmental destruction in Indonesia

Author: Emiko Terazono and Martin Arnold, Financial Times

“HSBC tightens standards on lending to palm oil industry”, 20 Feb 2017...

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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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14 February 2017

Indonesia: HSBC accused of supporting environmental destruction by financing companies linked to unsustainable palm oil; HSBC responds

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13 February 2017
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6 February 2017

Commentary: Corporate legal accountability & access to justice vital to fight health impacts of haze pollution by palm oil in Southeast Asia

Author: Elodie Aba & Bobbie Sta. Maria, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, on Guardian (UK)

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3 February 2017

Indofood Agri Resources response

Author: Indofood Agri Resources

…We have engaged several times with the NGO's who have made the allegations, but they have not provided us with any evidence to substantiate these allegations. We have provided evidence to counter these allegations to RSPO, which can be viewed as...

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31 January 2017

Indonesia: Ministry creates certification mechanism to address human rights abuses in fishing industry

On 24 January 2017, Indonesia's Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry issued Ministerial Regulation No. 2/2017, which “creates a certification mechanism to ensure the fishing industry here is free from human rights violations”. Among the...

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26 January 2017

Human rights impact assessment: Aimec Minerals' Nuiguyo Projec

Author: NomoGaia

“Human rights impact assessment – Aimec Minerals”, January 2009...

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25 January 2017
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