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USCIRF welcomes signing of Uyghur Human Rights bill by Trump

USCIRF welcomes signing of Uyghur Human Rights bill by Trump

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China expressed strong opposition over US' Uygur Human Rights bill

China expressed strong opposition over US' Uygur Human Rights bill

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Trump signs bill to sanction Chinese officials over treatment of Uighur

Trump signs bill to sanction Chinese officials over treatment of Uighur

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India And US Have Tolerance Streak In Their DNA But Lately That Has Disappeared: Rahul Gandhi

The good news is that we have people demonstrating all across the country this week demanding tolerance, inclusion, minority rights.

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Finding The Plan In The National Action Plan On Business and Human Rights?

None of these ten indices talks about workers, collective bargaining or resettlement and rehabilitation of communities displaced by the business.

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India, UK and Japan Lead The World In Human Rights Disclosure: KPMG Survey

The four emerging trends the survey spotlights on CR reporting are reporting on climate-related financial risk, reporting on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), reporting on human rights and reporting on carbon reduction targets

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Indian Institutions Can Meet Human Rights Challenges: US

The US believes that Indian institutions have the ability to meet challenges posed by cases of infringement of human rights like the killing of Indian journalist Gauri Lankesh,says an American diplomat

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India Set To Ratify Global Conventions To Combat Child Labour

The government of India had in March this year approved ratification of two fundamental conventions of the ILO to address concerns related to child labour.

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What It Will Take to Make Responsible Business In India

Businesses and governments must realize that the costs of human rights violations- financial, legal and reputational - can outweigh the investments that they seek, and severely impact businesses and their relationship with investors

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Obama Cancels Meeting With Philippine President Duterte After Insults

Duterte's angry remarks came after the White House said Obama in his meeting with him would confront him about his country's human rights record

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In A Strong Rebuttal At UN, India Says Pakistan Extols Virtues Of Terrorists

The UN has expressed concern over the tensed situation in Kashmir, with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon calling on all parties to exercise “maximum restraint to avoid further violence and hopes that all concerns would be addressed through peaceful means.”

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Clothing Brands Must Help Ensure Asia's Garment Workers Get A Living Wage

Asia accounts for more than 60 per cent of the world's garment production, with the industry employing more than 15 million people directly, most of them women

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