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Precious minerals and stones are mined in dozens of countries around the world, and then typically traded, exported, and processed in other countries. Although their supply chains can be long and complex, jewelers and watchmakers have a responsibility to…
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November is Children’s Month in the Philippines and the state of child rights in the country is under scrutiny. On November 7, the Department of Labor and Employment warned that child labor remains alarmingly high, with 1.8 million children toiling in…
Children pan for gold along the mercury-contaminated Bosigon River in Malaya, Camarines Norte.
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 “The first time I went inside, I was 14 years old. I was scared. I kept thinking what would happen to me if something went wrong.”
 
 —Jacob, 17, Malaya, Camarines Norte, June 2015
 
 Thousands of children in…
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(Manila)  – The Philippine government built a fence that prevents participants to the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) annual meeting in Manila from seeing a slum, Human Rights Watch said today. Some of the poor families hidden from view are beneficiaries…
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(New York) – The decision by Singapore’s Manpower Ministry to grant foreign domestic workers a weekly rest day is an important reform but falls short of international standards, Human Rights Watch said today. The changes, announced on March 5, 2012, go…