On memorial day for Jyoti Singh, the 23-year-old student raped and murdered on a Delhi bus three years ago, Stirling Smith looks at sexual harassment in the workplace.
Sabita Banerji tells us why gender matters in ethical trade.
Young female mill workers are learning to stand up for their rights in a local spinning mill that produces thread for the world's garment production.
Learning from ETI's programme consisting of two days training for supervisors, a half day training for managers and one day training for workers on workers’ rights, what constitutes discrimination and how to tackle it.
The new law on sexual harassment at the workplace in India: could this be the game changer that enables ETI members and others to push for action on the discrimination provisions in the ETI Base Code?
"In the South African context, it's important not to force people to do things. It's about wooing people, building trusting relationships and winning over their confidence."
The attitudes and behaviour of supervisors are major barriers to progress on workers' rights.
I remember Phillipina saying to me: "We try, try, try. We never give up."