Work in Global Supply Chains
Our team conducts a range of research about how to improve working conditions in global supply chains
We have compared recent legal innovations around the world which regulate work in global supply chains to ascertain which features of regulation are working.
An array of technologies has emerged in recent years that have the potential to help business identify and manage human rights risks in their operations and supply chains. We study how these technologies are and can be used to empower workers and improve working conditions.
This book contributes a gender justice framework to analyse and confront the issues and problems of homework.
A significant proportion of the people toiling within global supply chains are not enjoying a living wage. What legal and non-legal techniques can help to incrementally increase income until a living wage is enjoyed? This research studies campaigns, laws and enforcement techniques.