An International Day of Action Against Samsung to protest health, labour and human rights violations by the electronics giant will take place on May 1st in Asia, Europe and the United States. The actions, in solidarity with…
San Jose, November 11, 2016 — This week the GoodElectronics Network and the International Campaign for Responsible Technology (IRCT) launched the online Chemical Challenge Gap Analysis, showing just how far the manufacturing standards developed by…
Our addiction to smartphones, tablets and laptops is causing environmental degradation and health tragedies in communities all over the world. This is revealed in the recent documentary Death by Design, created by filmmaker Sue Williams….
Samsung has agreed to the Mediation Committee’s recommendation to provide $85.8 million, but has rejected the core recommendation — the funding of an independent non-profit foundation for implementing the compensation. Support this call on Samsung…
This book presents an informative overview of the evolving media labor scene, with important theoretical insights by media theorists, as well as a wide range of fascinating case studies that explore everything from workplace sites…
This week, Ted Smith, coordinator of the International Campaign for Responsible Technology (ICRT) was invited to present the “Challenge to the electronics industry” at the IndustriALL World Conference on ICT, electrical & electronics in Malaysia….
On March 16, 2015, the International Campaign for Responsible Technology (ICRT), the GoodElectronics Network and their allies around the world issued a formal Challenge to the electronics industry regarding the use of chemicals. Today, a…
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