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Human Rights Law Centre

Founded in 2006, the Human Rights Law Centre is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that uses the law to protect and promote human rights in Australia and in Australian government and business activities overseas. The Trust supports the Centre’s business and human rights programme, which focuses particularly on the duties and potential liabilities of Australian-based multinationals responsible for, or implicated in, human rights violations abroad.

Rio Tinto commits to environmental assessment of mine in Papua New Guinea

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