In a research into grievance mechanisms (GM) in the electronics industry in five different countries SOMO found that very few workers have trust in the grievance mechanisms in their company. Publication / March 1, 2014…
On Thursday 14 November, the Hortus Botanicus in Amsterdam was the setting for the first international Electronics Watch conference, hosted by the Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO). It brought together nearly thirty participants…
In honour of International Action Day “Time to bite into a fair Apple – Call for sustainable IT” on 7 May, organised by makeITfair and GoodElectronics, Dutch political parties ChristenUnie (orthodox Christian party) en GroenLinks…
A short video on working conditions at Foxconn’s iPad production site in Chengdu, the Truth of the Apple iPad Behind Foxconn’s Lies, is released today to unveil the exploitations at Foxconn to Apple’s consumers. In…
Global demands for iPhones and iPads are generating substandard working conditions for electronics workers in China. This is the main conclusion of a report published today by the Hong Kong based labour rights organisation SACOM….
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