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Andy Hall’s Legal Team Appeals Conviction
The appealed criminal conviction poses a dilemma for companies sourcing from Thailand and committed to respecting human rights.
A year's wage the price for a job
Working conditions improve in the palm oil industry, serious problems still apparent in recruitment.
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Thailand's top court dismisses criminal defamation case against Finnwatch researcher Andy Hall
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."
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.