ACC – Association of Conscious Consumers

Association of Conscious Consumers/Tudatos Vásárlók Egyesülete (ACC/TVE) was established in 2001. TVE’s activities focus on sustainable and ethical consumption; the aim of the organisation is to make consumers aware of the environmental, social, and ethical aspects of their consumption and to help them to live…

AFREWATCH – African Resources Watch

African Resources Watch (AFREWATCH), is a Congolese regional organisation created in 2013. It advocates for a fair and equitable exploitation of natural resources in Africa, by making multinational extractive enterprises and accounting states accountable for their management. The organisation intervenes in the field of natural…

AGHAM – Advocates of Science and Technology for the People

A Philippine organisation of patriotic science and technology workers and advocates working towards advancing science and technology for the people. It focuses on the following concerns: environment, public utilities, scientific and mass culture, national industrialisation, and food security and self sufficiency.

APIL – Advocates for Public Interest Law

Advocates for Public Interest Law (APIL) is a non-profit lawyers’ organisation seeking to defend the human rights of refugees, victims of human trafficking, stateless persons, and long-term detained migrants and human rights victims committed by Korean Corporations abroad.

Arda Isildar

I am a researcher working on biotechnological methods to recover metal electronic waste in a sustainable manner.

BAN – Basel Action Network

BAN promotes environmental justice in the field of toxic trade. Our primary campaign is designed to expose and prevent the harmful trade of electronic waste to developing countries and to transform the electronics industry, the electronics recycling industry and consumer use of electronics to sustainable…

BHRE – Business, Human Rights and the Environment Research Group

The BHRE Research Group was created in 2013 under the leadership of Dr Olga Martin-Ortega. It is based at the School of Law, University of Greenwich, United Kingdom. It brings together the expertise and research interests of several leading academics in the field of business…

CBBRC – Crispin B. Beltran Resource Center

The Crispin B. Beltran Resource Center (CBBRC) is an independent research institution that serves the needs of workers, the urban poor, and other marginalised sectors of the Philippines. Our institution provides research and education, skills and capacity development, policy advocacy and training for grassroots organisations,…

Cividep India – Civil Initiatives for Development and Peace India

CIVIDEP India attempts to empower workers and communities and to ensure that businesses comply with human and labour rights and environmental standards. With this objective, CIVIDEP educate workers, study effects of corporate conduct, dialogue with various stakeholders and advocate for policy change.

Closing the Loop

Circular purchasing, disposal & recycling – Closing the Loop offers commercial services that lead to increased sustainability for mobile phones. These devices, of which over two billion are produced each year, often miss out on commercial, social and environmental value due to sub-optimal life cycle…

Collectif Ethique sur l’étiquette

Collectif Ethique sur l’étiquette promotes labour rights in the garment sector and all labour intensive industries. It advocates for a binding regulation that ensures a duty of care of transational company towards its supply chains and subsidies, and ensures acces of victims of corporate power…

CPU – Computer Professionals’ Union

The Computer Professionals’ Union is a non-stock, non-profit, non-government organization of workers, professionals, students, and advocates of information and communications technology (ICT) united in a common goal of working for an ICT that can assist and serve the real development needs of the people. This…

CTUHR – Center for Trade Union and Human Rights

CTUHR is a labour rights organisation engaged in research, documentation and monitoring of human and labour rights risks and violations, involving workers in the formal and informal sector. It also engages in multi-level campaigns and advocacy at national and international level. CTUHR also supports the…

DEU Independent

DEU Independent is a labor union at Daeduck, located in the Cavite Export Processing Zone

E-waste Race

The E-waste Race promotes education about-, awareness of- and the collection of e-waste on a local and regional scale. The E-waste race is a four week during project for schools.

ECCJ – European Coalition for Corporate Justice

With 21 member groups representing over 250 organisations from 15 countries, ECCJ is the only European coalition bringing together campaigns and national platforms of NGOs, trade unions, consumer organisations and academics in order to promote corporate accountability. We are guided by a vision of a…

Germanwatch

Observing. Analysing. Acting. We actively promote North-South equity and the preservation of livelihoods. We observe, analyse and act. In doing so, we focus on the politics and economics of the North with their worldwide consequences. The situation of marginalised people in the South is the…

GET – GoodElectronics Thailand

Good Electronics Thailand or GET consists of members from trade unions, NGOs and labour activists in different areas of Thailand. Its aim is to share information and learn from each other about the struggle for labour rights. In addition, we follow up up-to-date labour situations…

Globalization Monitor

Globalization Monitor is a non-profit organisation based in Hong Kong. It was founded shortly before the big Seattle protest against the WTO in 1999. Its editorial board members are activists from trade unions, the green movement, regional groups and grassroots organisations. It has been the…

GoodElectronics Network – international office

The GoodElectronics Network brings together networks, organisations and individuals that are concerned about human rights and sustainability issues in the global electronics supply chain.

GreenIT.fr

GreenIT.fr gathers more than 250,000 Green IT and sustainable ICT professionals each year in more than 43 countries. This large community is animated by Frédéric Bordage, one of the most knowledgeable French green IT experts. The goal of GreenIT.fr is to help companies and institutions…

Hazards Magazine

Hazards magazine is an independent, not-for-profit workers’ health and safety magazine. It also campaigns on labour standards and occupational health and safety issues, working with NGOs and trade unions. The editor, Rory O’Neill, is occupational health and safety adviser to the International Trade Union Confederation…

ICN – India Committee of the Netherlands (LIW)

The India Committee of the Netherlands (ICN) is a human rights organisation dedicated to improving the lives of the marginalized in South Asia by giving information, awareness raising, advocacy, lobby, networking, research and publicity. To achieve its goals, ICN cooperates with local organisations in India,…

IndustriALL – Global Union

IndustriALL Global Union represents 50 million workers in 140 countries in the mining, energy and manufacturing sectors and is a force in global solidarity taking up the fight for better working conditions and trade union rights around the world.

Karoline Duchene

Karoline Duchene (Student, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany) wrote her masters’ thesis on CSR in the Mexican Electronic Industry after an 8-month period with Cereal. She investigated the limits and possibilities of securing labor rights throughout the whole global supply chain and the influence local activists…

KLPH – The Korean Lawyers for Public Interest and Human Rights

Korean Lawyers for Public Interest and Human Rights (KLPH) is comprised of nine lawyers and two staff members dedicated to ensuring human rights through the law. KLPH is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation and was established in February, 2012 by six lawyers in Seoul, Korea. It…

LAC – Labour Action China

Founded in 2005, Labour Action China (LAC) is a Hong Kong-based labour organisation focusing on social justice and labour rights in the People’s Republic of China. LAC is specialised in assisting victims of occupational diseases. Our three major aspects of work include research, advocacy and…

LESN – Labour Education and Service Network

Labor Education and Service Network (LESN) is an independent NGO established in Hong Kong since October 2001. LESN‘s members are experienced social workers, women worker organizers and labor researchers in Hong Kong. LESN works mainly in mainland China, dedicated to migrant workers’ awareness raising, cultivating…

Maja van der Velden

I am an Associate Professor in the Design of Information Systems. I study the interactions between technology design and society, with a focus on the ethical, social, and evironmental aspects. Particular interests are sustainable design, repair-centric design, slow tech, fair technology. At the moment I…

Maquila Solidarity Network

The Maquila Solidarity Network (MSN) is a labour and women’s rights organization that supports the efforts of workers in global supply chains to win improved wages and working conditions and greater respect for their rights.

Marianne Lind

I am a junior researcher for educational technology at University of Tartu, Estonia. I teach education for sustainability and environmental education. Recently, I have launched a Facebook page about my campaign for more sustainable electronics.

MHSSN – Maquiladora Health & Safety Support Network

The Maquiladora Health & Safety Support Network (MHSSN) is based in the United States and consists of 300 occupational health and safety professionals who have and can provide information, training and technical assistance to worker and community-based organizations in the developing world. Our goal is…

Nicki Lisa Cole

Nicki Lisa Cole is a sociologist and journalist who researches and writes about the human and environmental costs of electronics production on the global scale.

People & Planet

People & Planet is a student-led movement that empowers young people with the skills, confidence and knowledge they need to make change happen, at home and globally. Since 2009, the People & Planet network has been campaigning on justice for sweatshop workers, initially in the…

PREMICONGO – Protection des écoregions de miombo au Congo

PREMICONGO is an environmental NGO, whose activities are focused on the protection of the Katanga clear forest (miombo) of the DRC. We develop two large programs: The miombo sustainable forest Management Program and the Mining Program, which focuses on environmental management and advocacy for communities…

Repórter Brasil

NGO Repórter Brasil was founded in 2001 in Sao Paulo and maintains three permanent programs: reporting human rights abuses, research on socio-environmental impacts of industrial/commodities/biofuel supply chains, and an education platform for the inclusion of human rights’ topics in the school curriculum. We were awarded…

SETEM Catalonia

SETEM Catalunya is a campaigning organisation involved in international projects to raise awareness on the labour and human rights violations in the electronics industry, advocate for binding regulations to defend human rights from corporate abuse, and promote responsible consumption and public procurement.

Solidarity Center

The Solidarity Center (previously known as ‘American Center for International Labor Solidarity’) is the largest U.S.-based international worker rights organisation helping workers attain safe and healthy workplaces, family-supporting wages, dignity on the job and greater equity at work and in their community. Allied with the…

SOMO – Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations

SOMO is a critical, independent, not-for-profit knowledge centre on multinationals. Since 1973 we have investigated multinational corporations and the impact of their activities on people and the environment. We provide custom-made services (research, consulting and training) to non-profit organisations and the public sector. We strengthen collaboration between…

Südwind – Verein für Entwicklungspolitik & Globale Gerechtigkeit

Südwind is an education and campaigning organisation working for decent work and sustainable production and consumption worldwide. In the Electronics Field it campaigns on minerals sourcing, working conditions in the production, as well as e-waste. See also our special Electronics page at www.clean-it.at

Suthila Luenkam

Officer of Arompongpangan Foundation working on labor problems in the Rangsit Worker Group

Thomas H. Gassert

Consultant in Occupational & Environmental Medicine and Occupational Hygiene. Board certified in occupational medicine and internal medicine. Affiliated with the Harvard Chan School of Public Health and other hospitals in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, USA. Many years of experience in the Asia Pacific region, since…

WAC – Workers’ Assistance Center Inc.

WAC is a not-for-profit labour rights organisation, doing direct organising of workers in export processing zones in Batangas and Cavite. We are focused on empowerment of workers, specifically women workers; freedom of association and collective bargaining negotiations, working conditions, (living) wage, precarious employment, and job…

Wenling Tu

Works for Citizen of the Earth, Taiwan (CET).