Launched with generous support from Humanity United and the Freedom Fund, the Re:Structure Lab brings together leading academic experts, researchers, and real-world practitioners working on forced labour and evidence-based anti-trafficking policy. Join us for a webinar featuring some of the leading thinkers involved in the Re:Structure Lab for an overview of the Lab’s understanding of how existing business models drive labour exploitation and how they must be altered to ensure the more equitable future we all want to see.
Introductions: David W. Blight, GLC Director and Sterling Professor of History, Yale Moderator: Jessie Brunner, Deputy Director of Strategy and Program Development; Director, Human Trafficking Research, the Center for Human Rights and International Justice at Stanford University Panelists: · Saray Bedoya (Re:Structure Lab Supply Chains Research Assistant, Center for Human Rights and International Justice at Stanford University) · Genevieve LeBaron (Director of the School of Public Policy, Simon Fraser University) · Sarah Newell (Director of Outreach and Communications for the Worker-Driven Social Responsibility Network) · JJ Rosenbaum (Executive Director, Global Labor Justice) · Philippe Sion (Managing Director, Humanity United) Q&A, Closing Remarks: Amb. Luis C.deBaca (ret), Professor from Practice, University of Michigan Law School; GLC Affiliate Scholar
Learn more about Re:Structure Lab
Read the Forced Labor Evidence Briefs referred to in the webinar here:
- Commercial Contracts Sourcing
- Worker Debt and Inequality
- Investment Patterns Leverage
- Labour Share and Value Distribution