Rapid Assessment of the Magna Carta of Women and Other Laws for Women in the Electronics Industry in Export Processing Zones in the Philippines
GoodElectronics member CBBRC published a research report on women rights in the electronics industry in the Philippines. This research was carried out with support of the GoodElectronics Network.
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Cividep is a member of the Good Electronics Network from India, and has been working on a handbook for factory workers on Indian labour laws in that country. The handbook is part of our Worker Education Series and three chapters have been made available. The Minimum Wages Act, Maternity Benefits Act and Contract Labour Act are explained in these chapters.
Critical paper on the way in which Apple is short-changing societies by acting as a financial investor when handling its enormous company profits instead of reinvesting it into the real economy.
Western European universities spend billions on IT equipment produced by young Chinese students who are forced to work on production lines during so-called internships. This constitutes a gross violation of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) convention on forced labour. The report ‘Servants of servers’ presents the findings of an investigation conducted at a factory of Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Wistron in Zhongshan, Guangdong, China. The Wistron factory in Zhongshan produces servers for HP, Dell and Lenovo - the brands most widely used by European universities and higher education institutions.