Samsung: End Reported Child Labor in Chinese Manufacturing Plants

Target:  Jong-Kyun Shin, CEO of Samsung

Goal: End the reported use of child labor in Samsung’s Chinese manufacturing plants.

Children are reportedly suffering in Chinese manufacturing plants owned by electronic giant Samsung. If true, this goes against Samsung’s commitment to an ethical, safe, and fair workplace.

Human rights nonprofits conducted extensive investigations into Samsung’s labor practices. They have reportedly found children suffering long hours, subject to dangerous chemicals and machinery. Many employees have fallen ill.

The alleged conditions in Samsung’s factories must be improved, and children should be banned from laboring in dangerous and unhealthy workplaces. Sign the petition to demand that Samsung end the alleged child labor in its factories and start protecting its workers.


Dear Mr. Shin,

Nonprofits have investigated your factories in China and have found alleged abuse against your employees, including children. They’ve reportedly been found suffering long hours in dangerous conditions, exposed to harmful gases that are causing them to grow ill.

This is not the first time your company has been accused of such neglect and abuse. Action must be taken to protect your employees. I demand that you investigate the claims of workplace abuse and remove children from the allegedly dangerous workplaces.


[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Răzvan Băltărețu

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  1. gen agustsson says:

    its racist and enslavement. children should be in school not slaves.

  2. I have a number of Samsung electronics from computer SSD to TV and if this is true I have to admit to be a shame of buying electronic products of Samsung. I thought Samsung had better commitment to an ethical, safe, and fair workplace, as well as good nature environment policy’s.

  3. Robert Ortiz says:

    Nobody should be a slave or treated and mistreated like one, especially not children. It’s wrong and mjust stop and anyone involved punished to the fullest extent.

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