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A Toxics-Free Future

Human Rights

http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/news/2018/11/01/0200000000AEN20181101013500320.html

SEOUL, Nov. 1 (Yonhap) -- The mediation committee for the dispute between Samsung Electronics Co. and its former employees suffering from work-related illnesses announced the finalized settlement for the two parties, with the plan including compensation of up to 150 million won (US$132,000) per illness.

The UN Special Rapporteur for toxics, Baskut Tuncak, authored an important new report concerning the human rights of workers exposed to toxic substances and will present it at the upcoming 39th session of the Human Rights Council. The report is relevant to formal and informal workers dealing with pesticides and industrial chemicals of all kinds.

An investigation of two Samsung factories in Vietnam shows the darker side of the global tech supply chain.

https://www.thenation.com/article/was-your-smartphone-built-in-a-sweatshop/

Where did the slick smartphone you got for the holidays come from? You might imagine a remote futuristic industrial park, with robotic assembly lines whirring in ultra-efficient silence. But the workers assembling your phone are actually real people, and the conditions in which they work are far from humane.

Comunicado de Prensa por la masacre de

San Juan de Sacatepéquez 

FUNAM INFORMA

Fundación para la defensa del ambiente

29 de Septiembre de 2014 

COMUNICADO DE PRENSA

Denuncian muertes en Guatemala en zona asediada por instalación de cementera
 

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