Mark Anner is Associate Professor of Labour and Employment Relations and Political Science at Penn State University, and Director of the Center for Global Workers’ Rights. He is also chair of the Program on Labour and Global Workers’ Rights, which is part of the Global Labour University network. Mark spent 11 years working with labour unions and labour research centres in Central America and Brazil, and was a union organiser in Boston. He represented worker delegations at ILC 2016.
Publicado en: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryThe struggle for work with dignity through broad campaigns and social alliances
Improving the lot of global supply chain workers involves not only organising local and migrant workers to pressure...
Publicado en: democraciaAbiertaVoces de la cadena de suministro: una entrevista con Mark Anner
BTS habla con el director del Centro de los Derechos Laborales Globales sobre lo que genera «una carrera hacia el...
Publicado en: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryVoices from the supply chain: an interview with Mark Anner
BTS speaks with the director of the Center for Global Workers’ Rights on what creates a race to the bottom in supply...