Corporate Accountability Research investigates and reports on the ways that business can act with heightened ethics and be more responsive to communities and workers.

Our Projects

Evaluating non-Judicial redress mechanisms

A collaboration between Monash University, The University of Melbourne, Essex University, The University of Newcastle, CORE (Corporate Accountability Coalition), Homeworkers Worldwide and Action Aid Australia.

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Work in Global Supply Chains

We have just released two books: Homeworking Women: A Gender Justice Perspective and Living Wage

How can a living wage be achieved in global supply chains? Can technology help? Are there legal innovations around the world that could provide a model for regulation? How can we ensure that the workers at the bottom tier of supply chains, including home-based workers, are empowered and enjoy justice?

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Community driven accountability in Cambodia

A collaboration between Monash University and Oxfam. The primary aim of this project is to investigate what communities want in terms of accountability and ability to influence development projects.

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