The 22nd edition of the jhr Rights Report examines Canadian mining companies and their operations abroad, and speaks to MiningWatch Canada to learn more about Canadian Bill C-323, the international promotion and protection of human rights act.
This week, the Rights Report hears from Canadian journalist Duncan McCue about Reporting in Indigneous Communities and from Lars Olsen at the UN-backed trial of senior Khmer Rouge leaders in Cambodia.
Featured music in the jhr Rights Report comes from Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan, which was released to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Amnesty International.
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