This course discusses subordination and structural discrimination in global supply chains. Deeply embedded in the business model of supply chains, different forms of structural discrimination – gender, race, ethnicity, age, migration status and others – intersect, pushing many women, people of colour and other disadvantaged groups to the bottom of the wage hierarchy and to more precarious jobs.
Through video lectures, reading materials and zoom workshops with top experts from academia and the labour sector, we will discuss these intersectional forms of discrimination as well as examples of resistance from across the world for work with dignity, free from discrimination and harassment.
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