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To mark the third anniversary of the passage of the UK Modern Slavery Act in March 2018, KnowTheChain preport - "Eradicating forced labor in electronics: What do company statements under the UK Modern Slavery Act tell us?" - analysed to what extent the...
Author: Cleofe Maceda, Gulf News (UAE)
"24 UAE firms recognised for best workplace practices", 8 March 2017...
Full report: The Poisonous Pearl Occupational chemical poisoning in the electronics industry in the Pearl River Delta
Author: Labour Action China (LAC), Labour Education and Service Network (LESN), Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO)
Author: Li Jing & Amy Nip, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)
Agriculture official says one-fifth of Pearl River Delta's vegetables contain poisons like arsenic, cadmium, copper and mercury…a provincial agriculture official…said the spread of heavy metals used in manufacturing…was a "regional problem…"As a result...
Author: Business and Human Rights Documentation Project (B-HRD)
China’s electronics industry exports approximately US $232 billion worth of electronics a year, supplying brand-name companies...Many of the 7.7 million people manufacturing these hi-tech products receive low pay and are unable to achieve an adequate...
[PDF] Piloting Principles for Effective Company-Stakeholder Grievance Mechanisms: A Report of Lessons Learned
Author: Caroline Rees, Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School, on behalf of UN Special Representative on business & human rights John Ruggie
This report sets out key lessons learned from a pilot project conducted in 2009-2010 to test the practical applicability of a set of principles for effective non-judicial grievance mechanisms...involving businesses and their stakeholders. The...
- Related stories: Report on "Piloting Principles for Effective Company-Stakeholder Grievance Mechanisms" - with new annexes by Doug Cahn, Stephan Sonnenberg, Luc Zandvliet
- Related in-depth areas: Company-based grievance mechanisms General non-judicial mechanisms Grievance mechanisms (non-judicial) UN Secretary-General's Special Representative on business & human rights
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Author: SACOM (Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior - Hong Kong) & Bread for All
Today the non-profit organisation Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM), supported by Bread for All, released two independent reports on an in-factory labor rights training program at two China-based suppliers to technology...
Author: SACOM (Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior - Hong Kong)
Since early 2007, Hewlett-Packard (HP) has been cooperating with Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM), a student-centered labor activist group and local stakeholder... In August 2007, HP and SACOM signed an agreement to...
SACOM report on working conditions in electronics factories in Shenzhen, China: Manufacturer & brand responses
Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited five electronics manufacturers to respond to SACOM's report "Clean Computers Campaign: Report on Labour Rights in the Computer Industry in China"....
- Related stories: Shenzhen, China: NGO survey of working conditions in 13 electronics factories supplying 47 brands finds abuses including child labour, discrimination, excessive overtime
- Related in-depth areas: SACOM electronics report company responses 2007
- Related companies: Bestec Power Electronics Dell Delta Electronics Fittec International HP (Hewlett-Packard) Lenovo Motorola NEC Samsung TCL Corporation