Realizing Rights for Homeworkers: An Analysis of Governance Mechanisms.

Citation:

Marlese von Broembsen, Jenna Harvey, and Marty Chen. 3/5/2019. Realizing Rights for Homeworkers: An Analysis of Governance Mechanisms. . Carr Center Discussion Paper Series. 2019004th ed. Cambridge: Carr Center for Human Rights Policy. See full text.
Realizing Rights for Homeworkers: An Analysis of Governance Mechanisms.

Abstract:

Realizing Rights for Homeworkers: An Analysis of Governance Mechanisms Carr Center Discussion Paper: 

Following the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, the labour rights violations in global supply chains, and indeed the governance of global supply chains, has become a pressing global issue. This paper evaluates key existing global and national supply chain governance mechanisms from the perspective of the most vulnerable workers in supply chains—informal homeworkers.

Read the full paper here: https://carrcenter.hks.harvard.edu/files/cchr/files/ccdp_2019_004_realizing_rights.pdf

: Martha Chen et al. | Mar 5 2019
: Following the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh four years ago, the labour rights violations in global supply chains, and indeed the governance of global supply chains, has become a pressing global issue.
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