Corporate social responsibility helps hide workers’ rights abuse until brands can quietly exit
Corporations rarely volunteer to do the right thing, yet responses to labour exploitation continue to rely upon...
Organising for a better future for work
Unions must reach outside their comfort zones and develop an inclusive collective voice so that workers can organise...
Tied visas and quick fixes: the UK’s post-Brexit labour market
The British government wants to import migrant labourers using a scheme that will leave workers vulnerable to forced...
Is the race to the bottom over? Reflecting on ‘surplus’ populations in Cambodia
Everybody speaks about a ‘race to the bottom’ in the world of work. For brick workers enduring debt-bondage in...
Decriminalisation and labour rights: how sex workers are organising for legal reforms and socio-economic justice
The decriminalisation of sex work must be made central to the future of work, but that should only ever be a...
Organising beyond silos: confronting common challenges amongst migrants and workers
Only a coordinated challenge can make work better for all. We are all in this together.
From brothels to independence: the neoliberalisation of (sex) work
Sex workers in the UK are by now just another part of the online, freelance, customer-reviewed digital economy....
The future of work and the future of poverty
Global production networks create economic growth, and thus are often said to be good for development. But if that’s...