Sarah Newell is a Campaigns Associate at the International Labor Rights Forum, a human rights organisation that advances dignity and justice for workers in the global economy. Previously she was an organiser with the American Association of University Professors and a member of United Students Against Sweatshops.
In the drivers’ seat: why the ILO should care about the commute
Harassment on the way to and from work is part of the job for many women. It doesn't have to be.
The definition of violence
On International Women’s Day, how much has the Trump administration back-tracked on what counts for those of us who...
I’m not sure Ivanka knows what “empower” means
The first daughter once again positions herself as a champion for working women – but only certain women.
In lieu of a silver bullet: #metoo in the global workplace
When we talk about gender-based violence in the world of work, we need to talk about non-white, non-wealthy women too.
Is Foxconn a fantasy? The high cost of bringing manufacturing jobs to Wisconsin
Who are the real winners of Foxconn's investment in Wisconsin?