Ending Workers Exploitation in Global Supply Chains


This course is all about exploring pragmatic ways to build worker voices in global supply chains. You will have the opportunity to extend your understanding of how global supply chains operate, including the gaps and weaknesses in existing regulatory frameworks – contextualised within the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the importance of modern slavery and human rights due diligence legislation.

About this course:


This course is all about exploring pragmatic ways to build worker voices in global supply chains.

You will have the opportunity to extend your understanding of how global supply chains operate, including the gaps and weaknesses in existing regulatory frameworks – contextualised within the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the importance of modern slavery and human rights due diligence legislation.

Worker and international labour organising is vital here to bring about change. Learn about organising strategies for reasonable work conditions in global supply chains.

This course is offered in one-half day training via zoom.

Course Audience:

Officials and Organisers

Course Delivery:

1 day via zoom

Course Cost:

$100 (incld GST)

Digital Badge:

Yes - Digital badge awarded upon completion

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Learning Outcomes:


At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • identify key instruments and initiatives in the national and international global regulatory frameworks for global supply chains, including gaps and weaknesses; and
  • identify and analyse strategies to build worker voices in global supply chains.

This course is delivered with the support of The Union Education Foundation (TUEF) and The Australian Government Productivity Education and Training (PET) Fund.