The Global Business of Forced Labour: Report of Findings

Genevieve Le Baron, Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute, 2018
Through extensive primary research in the cocoa industry in Ghana and the tea industry in India and with domestic and international business actors, the project generated an original dataset that sheds light on the drivers and patterns of forced labour in agricultural supply chains feeding UK markets.

Bringing Global Students Together

The UBC Global Reporting Centre is launching an ambitious new Global Reporting Program that brings students around the world together to research and investigate under-covered issues, and produce major works of journalism.

A new $2.5 Million Investigation on Supply Chains

With a $2.5 million partnership grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), the Global Reporting Centre is launching Hidden Costs. The project brings together award-winning journalists from around the world, who will work with leading academic experts and media organizations to investigate corruption, labour abuses and environmental impact hidden within global supply chains.

Bringing Scholars into the Newsroom

As the director of a $2.5 million SSHRC project, Peter Klein is bringing journalists and scholars together to investigate corruption, labour abuses, and environmental costs in global supply chains.