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19 January 2018

EU Fundamental Rights Agency finds civil society in all member states is facing increasing challenges

Author: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (EU)

"Challenges facing civil society organisations working on human rights in the EU", 19 Jan 2018...

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19 October 2017
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Author: Fabrice Nodé-Langlois, Le Figaro (France)

« En Europe, les femmes gagnent 16% de moins que les hommes », 18 octobre 2017...

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2 December 2016
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25 November 2016

ILO Convention 188 on vessel labour to enter into force in 2017; will provide "major boost to fight against forced labour"

Author: Undercurrent

"ILO convention on vessel labor enters into force", 25 Nov 2016...

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12 April 2016

Seven of 15 former Soviet countries have become “consolidated authoritarian regimes”, says new report; fall in oil prices linked to lack of transparency, accountability

Author: Nate Schenkkan, Freedom House

"Nations in tansit 2016: Europe and Eurasia brace for impact", 12 April 2016...

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24 April 2015

Action on business & human rights in Eastern Europe & Central Asia: Can we narrow the gap?

Author: Ella Skybenko, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

...Business & Human Rights Resource Centre recently contacted 16 governments and 5 companies in Eastern Europe & Central Asia asking them to provide information on actions they have taken on business and human rights. Only five governments...

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6 May 2014

EU: Forced Labor and Globalization

Author: Nisha Varia, Human Rights Watch, on Womens News Network

European countries have taken a leadership role in setting up regional mechanisms to protect human rights. So it is a puzzle why some European countries are reticent to take a strong stand on improving global standards to prevent forced labour and...

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2 April 2014

[PDF] Exploitation of migrant workers in Finland, Sweden, Estonia and Lithuania: Uncovering the links between recruitment, irregular employment practices and labour trafficking

Author: Natalia Ollus, Anniina Jokinen and Matti Joutsen (eds.), European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control

The increasingly mobile work force, freedom of movement within the European Union and the global economic disparities, act as driving factors for high levels of migrants who, without adequate protection from illegal recruitment practices and the abuse...

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20 February 2014
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17 October 2013

Court rules websites responsible for libellous reader comments [Estonia]

Author: Mark Hennessy, Irish Times

Websites are legally responsible for libellous anonymous postings, European Court of Human Rights’ judges ruled on Thursday when it rejected a case taken by an Estonian publisher successfully sued for defamation. Delfi AS, one of the biggest Internet...

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