The purpose of this toolkit is to provide support to workers and worker organisations who are employed or operate within global supply chains and have had difficulty achieving fulfilment of their rights through local or national means of redress alone. It aims to complement, but not replace, local advocacy by providing some basic information about how workers can use corporate accountability strategies to enhance their campaigns.
To address the real causes of inequality and injustice, workers must have a say on corporate accountability and human rights at the international level. This toolkit gives workers and labour organisations resources to combine their local experience, knowledge and networks with international advocacy strategies to strengthen their voice on the issues that impact upon them the most.
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