Over 100 organisations urge the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to fully implement the mandate provided in HRC resolution 31/36. They call for the release and transmission of the data, including the names of companies involved in the specified activities, to the Human Rights Council, so that it may be considered at the Council’s 42nd session in September 2019.
European Parliament adopts far-reaching resolution to protect children in mica mines
UN list of companies trading with illegal settlements is a step forward
In 2009, negotiations began between the EU and Canada on a “deep and comprehensive” trade agreement that should settle mutual trade barriers. Eleven years later, the result is presented to the Dutch Parliament. The world…