Threads of Labour Garment Industry Supply Chains From the Workers' Perspective
Jane Wills is Reader in Geography at Queen Mary, University of London and a board member of Women Working Worldwide. Her previous publications include Dissident Geographies: An Introduction to Radical Ideas and Practices (2000), Place, Space and the New Labour Internationalisms (Blackwell Publishing, 2001) and Union Futures: Building Networked Trade Unionism in the UK (2002).
Table of Contents
List of Tables.
List of Boxes.
Notes on Contributors.
1 Threads of Labour in the Global Garment Industry. (Jane Wills with Angela Hale).
2 The Changing Face of the Global Garment Industry. (Jennifer Hurley with Doug Miller).
3 Organising and Networking in Support of Garment Workers. (Angela Hale).
4 Action Research. Tracing the Threads of Labour in the Global Garment Industry. (Jane Wills with Jennifer Hurley).
5 Unravelling the Web. Supply Chains and Workers’ Lives in the Garment Industry. (Jennifer Hurley).
6 Coming Undone. The Implications of Garment Industry Subcontracting for UK Workers. (Camille Warren).
7 The Impact of Full-package Production in Mexico’s Blue Jean Capital. (Lynda Yanz with Bob Jeffcott).
8 Defending Workers’ Rights in Subcontracted Workplaces. Rohini Hensman (Women Working Worldwide.
9 The Phase-out of the Multi-Fibre Arrangement from the Perspective of Workers. (Angela Hale with Maggie Burns).
10 Conclusion. (Angela Hale with Jane Will).
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