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Sime Darby plantation workers' houses
The United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Ruman Rights (UNGPs) defines HRDD as a process of identifying, preventing, mitigating, and accounting for any human rights violations.
Bangladesh garment
Too many Asian firms approach human rights as a compliance exercise, exposing vulnerable groups to abuse, says Fair Future SG founder Natasha Latiff.
CATL trucks battery swapping
The founder of the world’s biggest EV cell maker added that supply shortages in critical metals can be eased if the world is open to its recycling technology, even as the West attempts to break China’s dominance in the sector.
After paying illegal recruitment fees in their home countries migrant farm workers in Britain become trapped in debt bondage.
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An updated law prohibiting forced labour is limited to formal employment relationships. Workers in sectors that are unregulated are not sufficiently protected, nor does the law reach workers who have free movement, but suffer mistreatment.
workers loading oil palm fruits
Import bans bring social issues to the fore forcing agribusiness to assess their obligations to their workforces. Are such regulatory bans the best way to address the social issues prevalent in the industry?
Coltan mine, Congo
When forced labour practices are part of supply chains, it is reasonable to ascertain that environmental degradation may be present too.
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