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10 July 2019

Samsung statement in response to death of employee & alleged labour abuses in factories

Author: Samsung

"Samsung's Commitment to Our Workers in Global Operations", 10 July 2019...

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8 July 2019

Samsung's response to Sherpa case

Author: Samsung Electronics

... We are aware of the legal complaint against Samsung... We are disputing its validity, and cannot comment further on the content of the investigation since this is an ongoing proceeding. We wish to remove any ambiguity created by the word “indicted”...

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4 July 2019

France: Samsung Electronics indicted for misleading advertising re. alleged labour abuses & child labour in China, S. Korea & Vietnam

Samsung Electronics is facing charges over alleged labour abuses and child labour in France following a complaint filed by Sherpa and ActionAid France on 25 June 2018 against Samsung France and its parent company in South Korea. ActionAid and Sherpa h...

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4 July 2019
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3 July 2019

South Korea: Report shows that women are still paid less than men despite increasing economic and academic participation

Author: Kim Arin, Korea Herald

“Women still paid less than men: report”, 2 July 2019...

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3 July 2019

South Korea: Samsung conducts first human rights inspection at manufacturing plants in Vietnam

Author: Kim Da-sol, Korea Herald

“Samsung conducts first human rights impact inspection at Vietnamese plants”, 30 June 2019...

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24 June 2019

South Korea: Labour group raises doubts over government's willingness to ratify ILO conventions

Author: Kim Bo-gyung, Korea Herald (South Korea)

“[Newsmaker] Doubts rise over S. Korea’s willingness to ratify ILO conventions”, 23 June 2019...

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24 June 2019

South Korea: Opinions remain divided on ratification of ILO conventions

South Korea joined the International Labour Organization (ILO) in December 1991 and became the 152nd member country. So far, it has ratified 29 of its 189 conventions and is yet to adopt the conventions on freedom of association, protection of the...

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17 June 2019

South Korea: ILO employment policy director says ILO conventions should not be subject to conditions

Author: Kim Bo-gyung, Korea Herald (South Korea)

“ILO conventions are universal rights: ILO Director”, 14 June 2019...

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Company non-response
10 June 2019

Daegyoung Apparel did not respond

We invited Daegyoung Apparel to respond to allegation about union busting. The company did not respond.

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