Electronics Watch calls for the adoption of the EU directive on corporate sustainability due diligence
We urge member states to vote in favour of the directive on corporate sustainability due diligence to give workers around the world a better chance to live and work free from forced labour and abusive working conditions
Tragically, during the final days of 2023, 18 workers were killed and 38 were injured after an explosion at a nickel plant on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. Sulawesi is a hub for Indonesia's production of nickel, much of which is exported to meet the growing demand for use in renewable energy technologies, including batteries for electric vehicles.
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