19.11.2016

Online course | Decent work in global supply chains

What are the challenges and opportunities for achieving decent work in global supply chains? How do transnational corporations and their global supply chains operate? How can they be more effectively governed?

Prof. Mark Anner, one of the most knowledgeable researchers on labour conditions in the global garment industry, is leading the multi-disciplinary online course and together with an international team of experts will guide you through the answers. Prof. Mark Anner a also one of the main researchers of the Core Labour Standards Plus (CLS+), a new initiative by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung to advocate for binding, enforceable and comprehensive social and labour standards in preferential and framework agreements by linking social and economic development in global supply chains.

  • When? The course starts on 12 January 2017 and runs over 8 weeks
  • Where? Worldwide, only an internet connection is required
  • For whom? Trade unionists and everybody interested in decent work in global supply chains
  • Costs? The course is free of charge in the audit track, and costs 49 € in the certificate track.

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