A collective of CSOs and trade unions is calling on the German company INFINEON to stop union busting and to reinstate the president of the union for Infineon Technologies Melaka workers. We, the 55 undersigned…
Many international lighting companies like Philips, Osram, General Electric, etc, have refused to accept any responsibility for the management of mercury-bearing waste mandated under the new E-waste Rules, 2016. However, the same companies for long…
Today, SOMO and GoodElectronics are participating in the Philips Sustainable Supply Chain Stakeholder Dialogue in Amsterdam. The discussions will focus on Philips’ Supplier Sustainability Performance and the Responsible Sourcing of Minerals.Today, SOMO and the GoodElectronics…
Rankabrand has compared and ranked 19 electronics brands like Apple, Dell, HP, HTC, Huawei, Nintendo, Samsung. The questions used for ranking are categorised into three areas: Labour Conditions and Human Rights, Climate Change, and Ecology….
In recent years, several electronics multinationals set up business in Brazil. It looked as if Brazil would become the next global manufacturing hub. In this paper SOMO and Repórter Brasil aim to provide an overview…
Wu Chengcheng, a 41-year-old Chinese female worker and mother of a daughter, is desperately seeking help from the public. Wu is suffering from occupational disease as a result of exposure to chemicals while working at…
Unionised Philips workers made redundant in Indonesia
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