- Driving Force: Automotive Supply Chains and Forced Labor in the Uyghur Region – Sheffield Hallam University and Nomogaia
- Senate Finance Committee Chair Wyden Questions Major Automakers About Supply Chain Links to Forced Labor in Xinjiang, China – SFC
Ford, GM, & Stellantis say they’re committed to ending forced labour, BUT reportedly source metals and batteries made with #Uyghurforcedlabour. Even the U.S. Senate Finance Committee asked about their possible supply chain links to the Uyghur Region. GM, Ford and Stellantis: What was your answer?
Demand these companies clean up their supply chains and stop profiting from forced labour now! Sign this petition by @freedomunitedhq https://www.freedomunited.org/advocate/free-uyghurs-cars/
DYK that MAJOR auto companies are exposed to #Uyghurforcedlabour? *Both* EV and traditional cars are at high risk. Auto companies like GM, Ford, & Stellantis must address ALL links to Uyghur forced labour as they transition to electric vehicles. Uyghur forced labour is NOT a “just transition” to an EV auto market.
Tag GM, Ford, & Stellantis in the comments. Demand EV batteries are made by unionized workers – NOT Uyghur forced labour.
- Primary: #uyghurforcedlabour #enduyghurforcedlabour #driveawayfromforcedlabour #drivingforce #forcedlabourauto
- Secondary: #auto #cars #ford #gm #stellantis #forcedlabour #workersrights