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    The European Coalition for Corporate Justice is looking for a Communications officer
    27 April, by European Coalition for Corporate Justice

    We are launching a recruitment process for a new Communications Officer - a very exciting position in a dynamic work environment, for a passionate person who wants to contribute to policy change in Europe for better protection of human rights and the environment.
    We are looking for a highly motivated person who will be in charge of designing and implementing a high profile communication strategy. He/she will have outstanding written communication skills and help us translate complex issues into accessible messages and materials for a number of audiences. He/she will design events and (...)


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    Two years after the Rana Plaza disaster victims still awaiting adequate compensation
    24 April, by Fédération Internationales des ligues des droits de l’Homme

    Paris, 23 April 2015 - The Rana Plaza disaster on 24 April 2013 is a chilling example of the labour and human rights violations to which workers at the end of global supply chains are subjected. Two years after the Rana Plaza disaster, victims of this tragedy still await adequate compensation.
    The Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh, a legally-binding agreement created as a consequence of the catastrophe, has brought some improvements on the ground in relation to fire and building safety and labour rights. However, accidents of this kind are still a recurrent problem and (...)


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    Global Business? Global Responsibility!
    21 April, by Swiss Coalition for Corporate Justice

    Swiss companies that threaten human rights and the environment through their economic activities abroad must take responsibility. This is the message with which a broad coalition launches the Responsible Business Initiative today in Bern. The initiative seeks to ensure that Swiss companies are compelled to integrate the protection of human rights and the environment in their business practices.
    Catastrophic working conditions in textile factories in Asia or Eastern Europe, abusive child labour in cocoa production in West Africa, toxic emissions in Zambia: Swiss companies are also (...)


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    ECCJ New report identifies recommended EU and Member States actions to tackle barriers to justice
    9 February, by European Coalition for Corporate Justice

    Frank Bold, the European Coalition for Corporate Justice, the European Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights, the Corporate Responsibility Coalition and Sherpa have released the report from their Access to Justice project.
    ’The EU’s Business: Recommended Actions for the EU and its Member States to Ensure Access to Judicial Remedy for Business-Related Human Rights Impacts’ is the result of a two-year dialogue among legal experts, civil society organizations and decision makers in Europe on how to tackle barriers faced by victims of business abuses seeking justice. The report was (...)


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