Prof. Dr. Julianne Reinecke ist Professorin für Professor of International Management & Sustainability an der King’s Business School in England. Frau Prof. Dr. Reinecke wird einen Vortrag zum Thema 5 years after Rana Plaza: Stitching Governance Institutions in Global Supply Chains halten.
Despite increasing attention being paid to global labour rights, and the emergence of a myriad of sometimes overlapping initiatives to audit labour standards, these have often failed to deliver progress in protecting worker rights or securing worker representation. This was tragically highlighted by the 1,129 deaths caused by the 2013 Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, which shunted the garment industry into the global spotlight. 5 years later, has anything changed? Drawing on extensive fieldwork in Bangladesh, the presentation outlines the global garment industry’s response to the disaster. It explores how collective leadership can generate new regulatory institutions to govern transnational, inter-organizational relationships. Findings also point to the need of a new paradigm of global labour rights, rooted in transnational industrial democracy, as a prerequisite for more just and sustainable globalization.
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