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6 December 2017

Singapore: Migrant worker rights activist Jolovan Wham charged with vandalism & organising public assemblies without permit

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11 November 2017

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22 October 2017

Singapore: UN expert says IMF loan policies undermine human rights & development goals

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4 September 2017

Commentary: Singapore's law to hold companies liable for transboundary environmental & health impacts of haze pollution

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4 September 2017

Singapore: Companies commit to address specific issues like inclusiveness and children's rights; "human rights" term deemed outdated

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27 August 2017

Singapore: Experts say that annual cost of failing to address occupational safety and health issues is about 3.7 per cent of global GDP

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31 March 2017
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27 March 2017

Financial reporting by EU's biggest banks reveals tax avoidance, depriving poor countries of income, says Oxfam

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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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17 January 2017

Risky waste disposal methods for electronic devices causing major environmental & health concerns in Southeast Asia

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