This webinar is hosted by Ariadne and the Freedom Fund.
Traditional Corporate Social Responsibility has failed to address abuses in global supply chains, not only because it is largely voluntary and unenforceable, but because it fails to put workers at the centre of the response. Workers are the people who most directly suffer human rights abuses in global supply chains, who are the first to see it happening, but yet are absent from the vast majority of solutions to remedy such abuses.
Join the Freedom Fund for an exclusive online panel discussion which will explore different worker-driven methods and models to address exploitation in global supply chains. Expert speakers will discuss their efforts to build worker power within global supply chains and the successes and challenges they have faced.
A Q&A session will follow.
- Claire Falconer, Head of Global Initiatives and Movement Building - The Freedom Fund
- Anannya Bhattacharjee, International Coordinator of Asia Floor Wage Alliance and President of Garment and Allied Workers Union in North India.
- Rola Abimourched, Senior Program Director, Worker Rights Consortium
- Suthasinee Kaewleklai (Khun Biek), coordinator for Migrant Workers Rights Network (MWRN), (Thailand)