Who We Are

Guided by workers' rights and priorities, Electronics Watch uses worker-driven monitoring to detect problems in factories.

In 2015 Electronics Watch was formally launched as an independent monitoring organisation, bringing together public sector buyers and civil society organisations in electronics production regions, with experts in human rights and global supply chains.

Electronics Watch is continuously expanding the scope of monitoring to more regions and more suppliers as increasing numbers of public sector organisations choose to share the cost of monitoring and coordinate their engagement with industry through Electronics Watch.

Electronics Watch is a not-for-profit non-governmental organisation incorporated under Dutch law (No. 62721445 in the Dutch Chamber of Commerce Trade Register). The bylaws describe the organisational structure, including the composition, election, and authority of the Board of Trustees and the role of the Advisory Group.