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Child labour and low wages still common in coffee cultivation
Finnwatch published a comprehensive report on working conditions at coffee farms and plantations in Brazil, India and Honduras.
Andy Hall found guilty in a shock ruling by Bangkok court
"This is a sad day for freedom of expression in Thailand."
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Working conditions improve at medical glove manufacturer’s Malaysian factory
Ansell has removed a clause on compulsory overtime work from its employment contract and returned passports to migrant workers.
Finnwatch and retail chain S Group to testify at Andy Hall's trial
"As a witness for the defence, the S Group wants to show its support to a free civil society."
Customs turns down organisations' information request
Consumers still cannot get information about products that might have been made with forced labour.
Organisations' Open Letter to the Finnish Customs
Transparency of Customs' information could help fight forced labour.
Trial on Criminal Defamation and Computer Crimes Charges Against Andy Hall Commences in Bangkok
Serious gaps in social responsibility auditing schemes
Finnwatch criticises the schemes for ignoring workers' views and for poor quality audits.