Headquarters in Japan
Author: WEED e.V.
'Am anderen Ende der Lieferkette. Was tun IT-Herstellerfür einen verantwortungsvollen Bezug von Rohstoffen?' 20 April 2019...
KnowTheChain is a resource for businesses and investors who need to understand and address forced labor risks within their supply chains. Read the latest briefing here. In 2018 KnowTheChain benchmarked over 120 global companies across the three sec...
New report highlights UN Sustainable Development Goals-related risks for businesses, recommends solutions
Author: Vaidehi Shah, Eco-Business (Singapore)
"Why failure to achieve the SDGs is bad news for business", 19 Sep 2017...
Author: Thomson Reuters (UK)
Thomson Reuters Launches D&I Index - Reveals Top 100 Most Diverse & Inclusive Organizations Globally...
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China: GoodElectronics report on health of workers damaged by chemical poisoning in electronics industry; includes responses from companies
"The GoodElectronics Network's latest report 'The Poisonous Pearl focuses on the experiences of (former) workers in the electronics industry in China who are victims of chemical poisoning. The health of all the workers in the report was damaged by...
Author: US Chamber of Commerce Foundation
Companies are mobilizing their expertise, capabilities, and resources to assist with the recovery efforts following the earthquake in Nepal. Businesses have pledged $26.8 million in cash and additional in kind contributions in support of relief and...
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Author: Mary Mazzoni, TriplePundit
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Author: China Labor Watch
…[A] 14-year old boy named Liu Fuzong died suddenly…at Dongguan Yinchuan Electronic Company, Ltd., a factory which currently produces motherboards for ASUS and which belongs to the 3CEMS Group…Despite official investigation, as of May 28, Yinchuan...
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Author: Sasha Lezhnev & Alexandra Hellmuth, Enough Project
Leading electronics companies are making progress in eliminating conflict minerals from their supply chains, but still cannot label their products as being conflict free...Intel, Motorola..., HP, and Apple...have developed conflict minerals programs.....
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