China's Next "Pollution": Social Insurance

"Migrant workers lack of social insurance is China's next pollution" predicts Li Qiang (founder of CLW) in the Mark News.
 


Investigative Report: Apple's Unkept Promises

Investigation of three factories belonging to the Pegatron Group, a major supplier of Apple, uncovers wage theft, an unsafe work environment, and a lack of worker voice.
 
 
 
 

Another Samsung Supplier Factory Exploiting Child Labor

CLW had uncovered five child workers (under 16) at Shinyang Electronic Co.Ltd. Meanwhile, the investigation also revealed 15 sets of labor violations.
 
                                     
Investigative Report: Abuses at Quanta Factory
 

CLW found a number of ethical and legal violations at Quanta Shanghai Manufacturing City, a Taiwanese outfit which makes goods for Apple, Sony, Dell, and HP.

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Labor Exploitation at Samsung Supplier Factory Samkwang  
 
At Dongguan Samkwang, a partner of Samsung (Huizhou), CLW uncovered a long list of ethical and legal violations.
 
 
 
Li Qiang on Foxconn Workers Protest Work Conditions
 
On Democracy Now, Li Qiang, executive director of CLW, analyzed the large massive strike in a Foxconn plant.
 
 
 

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Press Releases

Exploitative conditions in Apple's supplier factories have failed to improve as reflected in the BBC's latest documentary. 
 
12/10/2014 - China Labor Watch to Provide Testimony at Congressional Hearing on Labor Violation in Toy Factories
CLW Executive Director Li Qiang will testify before the Congressional Committee on China on December 11th, outlining the various abuses of Chinese workers by toy factories.
 
12/03/2014 - Samsung, HEG, and Vocational School Cover-up Truth About Child Labor
Direct interviews show that child and student workers were employed at Samsung phone parts supplier HEG under exploitative conditions despite HEG and Samsung denying the allegations for months.
 
 

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11/18/2014 - THE WALL STREET JOURNAL