On March 16, the UN Human Rights Council organizes a screening of the documentary ‘Complicit’, followed by a panel discussion with high-level experts. The documentary tells the stories of workers in China’s electronics industry fighting for their rights after exposure to cancer-causing chemicals.

After the screening of the documentary, two panel discussions will be held among expert in the field of labor rights and occupational health and safety, including: Susan Mathews, Human Rights Officer, Right to Development Section, OHCHR, Jason Chan from Labour Action China, David Azoulay programme director of The Center for International Environmental Law, Odile Franck President of the NGO Forum for Health, Alejandro Gonzalez from Good Electronics (TBC) and Yves Lador from EarthJustice. Check out the full program below.

Register here for the event.