Students and Scholars
Against
Corporate Misbehaviour

Year Month

Chinese Toy Workers Can’t Share the Joy of Christmas

With new Apple business on the horizon, Wintek keeps costs down by suppressing strike in mainland China

Playing with labour rights: music player and game console manufacturing in china

makeITfair report reveals violations of workers’ rights in game console and portable music player manufacturing in China, and is probably the first study ever on working conditions related to these products highly popular amongst the youth. (Download Report: Playing with Labor Rights

Migrant Workers in the Construction Industry—-the Largest National Private Developer, The New World China Land, Turn Blind Eye to the Chinese Labor Law

Hong Kong-listed Companies—Mainland Sweatshop Report in the First Quarter of 2009

Migrant Workers in the Construction Industry: “Contract Labor in 21th Century”

—-the Largest National Private Developer, The New World China Land,

Turn Blind Eye to the Chinese Labor Law

January, 2009

The Dark Side of Cyberspace- Inside the Sweatshops of China’s Hardware Production

A new study reveals violations of workers’ rights by suppliers to Dell, Fujitsu Siemens Computers and Lenovo

The non-governmental organisations WEED (World Economy, Ecology, and Development – Berlin) and SACOM (Students and Scholars against Corporate Misbehaviour – Hong Kong) are today publishing the study “The Dark Side of Cyberspace – Inside the Sweatshops of China’s Hardware Production”. The [...]