Bad Samsung: Stop Using Child Labor


News broke last night that global electronics giant Samsung has once again been found to be using child labor in the production of its mobile phones. China Labor Watch’s (CLW) report, Another Samsung Supplier Exploiting Child Labor, documented child labor and other abuses at Shinyang Electronic Co. Ltd. Shinyang is a South Korean-owned company, mainly producing the covers and other parts for […]

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Today: 10 Years Since Harkin-Engel


Monday, September 19th, 2011  marks the ten-year anniversary of the signing of the Harkin-Engel Protocol—an agreement signed by the country’s largest chocolate companies  to put an end to forced child labor on cocoa farms by 2005. Now, six years later, the chocolate companies still dragging its feet and hundreds of thousands of children continue to work long, grueling hours in […]

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