We carry out and conduct research and research projects in order to delve into the negative social and environmental impacts of the current global electronics model, and into potential transformative tools which can help mitigate these impacts, such as Socially Responsible Public Procurement.

Research about the working conditions in electronics factories in the Philippines, especially for women workers in the sector.

With the aim of facing the challenge posed by the growing volume of production of electrical and electronic equipment, we collect various proposals aimed at the public administration, companies and manufacturers and consumers.


A report reveals the presence of forced labor hidden in the manufacture of European electronic products in Malaysia.

A report reveals how the growing demand for lithium has serious environmental impacts in Chile, depleting the territory’s scarce water resources and affecting the livelihoods of indigenous communities.