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About Jennifer Rosenbaum

Jennifer (JJ) Rosenbaum is the founding Legal and Policy Director of the National Guestworker Alliance, a US-based, cross-sectoral membership organisation of temporary foreign workers which advocates for better migration policy and improved workplace standards. For the 2015-2016 academic year, she is also Robina Human Rights Fellow at the Schell Center for Human Rights at Yale Law School.

Articles by Jennifer Rosenbaum

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Big brands: the missing voice in the fight to end gender-based violence at work

New research shows why multinational corporations should support a ILO convention to stop gender-based violence in the workplace.

Interview: the struggle for migrant workers' rights

How can migrant workers protect their rights when they are often excluded from collective action?

Voices from the supply chain: an interview with the National Guestworker Alliance

BTS speaks with JJ Rosenbaum of the National Guestworker Alliance on ways to protect workers in global supply chains, including a global minimum wage.

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