Ethical Trade

The puzzle of North Korea and development cooperation

As the North Korean food security landscape continues to sink in deep waters, it is quite reasonable to look at the aspect of international development cooperation that has been rigorously emphasized, keeping the SDGs in mind. 17 of Agenda 2030. Over the years, North Korea’s acute food crisis The scarcity …

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This time a startup tried to hire me just to push clients’ products into job interviews • The Register

Years ago, before his service in the UK government and the AMP rebellious era, Terrence Eden was running a mobile technology consultancy when a London-based startup offered to pay him for interviews. hiring without intention to accept any offer. His only goal in approaching companies under the pretext of looking …

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Sustainable brand platform and Revolver trade fair in Copenhagen team up – WWD

MILAN – Sustainable Brand Platform, or SBP, is in expansion mode. Launched last year by Italian platform Idee Brand, the online destination uses blockchain technology to provide environmental and ethical reviews to independent fashion brands. The final objective is to support these labels in the evaluation and cataloging of their …

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Ethics Board Closes Investigation of Former Pennsylvania Victims Lawyer Jennifer Storm

Featured sound system is an independent, non-partisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive / The Patriot-News, TribLIVE / Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters. HARRISBURG – After a more than a year-long investigation, state ethics investigators discovered that the former …

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Russian food retailer VkusVill apologizes for ‘hurtful’ ad for LGBT family

Russian organic grocer VkusVill has drawn its promotional material featuring an LGBT family and replaced it with an apology within a week of posting it. Social media users would have raided VkusVill and the gay family’s accounts with death threats after their story aired on Wednesday as part of a …

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Crafts: the fate of an industry recognized worldwide | Print edition

By Madhura de Silva, BDO Partner, former Managing Director / CEO – Laksala View (s): Coconut crafts from a Kandy artisan The handicrafts sector is one of the most underutilized and disadvantaged industrial sectors in Sri Lanka, although local artisans have innate talents that are part of their DNA. The …

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Local businesses make successful virtual pitches to sell their products at European trade fairs

Cambodian companies are going digital to meet the challenges of marketing their products during the coronavirus pandemic. Over the past week, local businesses showcased their products in a virtual arena, hoping to win the chance to promote them overseas. The “Bring Your Products to Europe” initiative is a collaboration between …

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How can young Australians decide on the AstraZeneca vaccine?

This opinion piece, written by Dr. Brett Montgomery of UWA Medical School, was published in The conversation on Friday July 2, 2021. It’s been a crazy week for public messages about the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine – confusing both for the public and for GPs like me. Just over two weeks …

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How Retail Tech Startups are Democratizing the Scale and Adoption of Technology for Retail Value Chain Stakeholders

In an attempt to bring down the prices of fashionable clothes fast, brands are relying on mass manufacturing as a solution. However, overproduction makes it difficult to liquidate unsold inventory and undermines profitability. In contrast, consumers are increasingly choosing ethically made custom clothing. In addition to these challenges, fashion brands …

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WHO on Ethical AI, The Rise of Doximity and Algorithms for IVF

You are reading the web edition of Health Tech, STAT’s bi-weekly newsletter on how technology is transforming healthcare and the life sciences. register here to receive it in your inbox every Tuesday and Thursday. WHO weighs on ethical AI the World Health Organization has published its first guide to the …

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