Not-to-be-missed tweeted news on #BizHumanRights issues mostly in a #sustainablefinance perspective.
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FM @KatrinEggenb addresses @forumalpbach on the central role of the global financial sector in fighting #ModernSlavery & #HumanTrafficking. Together with @LGT_Group and @PRI_News we aim to engage the financial sector to #EndSlavery. #FinanceAgainstSlavery pic.twitter.com/gdIrjAp8br
— Liechtenstein MFA (@MFA_LI) August 31, 2020
— Alyce Lomax (@AlyceLomax) August 25, 2020
We applaud @adidas's pledge to cut ties with labour centres in China accused of exploiting #UighurMuslim workers.
Here's hoping other brands like @Nike and @Apple quickly follow suit#UighurGenocide #divestment pic.twitter.com/I8OHk68TM0
— Kestrl (@kestrl_uk) August 21, 2020
According to the final evaluation of the Dutch Banking Sector Agreement on #BizHumanRights (out today), the voluntary approach has failed and the banking sector @bankensector refuses to be open about human rights violations – @oxfamnovib https://t.co/iUXMAji9ap
— BankTrack (@BankTrack) August 20, 2020
— UN Global Compact (@globalcompact) August 19, 2020
"Only 13 to 17% of German companies are doing what is needed to ensure their foreign partners respect human rights… according to a government survey. The findings come amid renewed calls for a global #supplychain law to protect workers."https://t.co/JvWjaJHKVZ
— Felicitas Weber (@FelWeber) August 17, 2020
France: Four NGOs demand Suez modify its vigilance plan after its activities in Chile deprived locals of water for 10 days
— LegalAccountability (@cla_bhrrc) July 15, 2020
Australia: Komatsu mining is sued by employee for ignoring numerous reports of sexual harassment and discrimination
— LegalAccountability (@cla_bhrrc) July 13, 2020
🚨BREAKING Today we file a legal notice against French multinational @SUEZ, for the health & sanitary crisis of Osorno (Chile) in 2019.
— Business & Human Rights @FIDH (@BHR_FIDH) July 9, 2020