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Published on Monday, 18 January 2010

Effective partnerships for better labour standards

Written by Stacey Dove

Ethical Corporation's Sean Ansett and Richard Feinberg explore how supply chain labour partnerships in developing countries can make everyone’s lives easier.

In order to implement sustained change in manufacturing and effectively implement labour standards, global brands and governments must work collaboratively and engage in partnerships that define clear divisions of labour between themselves. We advanced this argument last year in Ethical Corporation (Supply Chain Auditing: A New Public Partnership, February 2009).


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