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Durham Law: Policy Engagement

Our Team

The Strategic Network on Unacceptable Forms of Work will support a rigorous, global, interdisciplinary and policy-oriented reflection on UFW. The aim is to generate crucial comparative insights into the challenges and potential of UFW
regulation. The UFW Network is impact-oriented. At the core of its objectives and activities is support for policy actors to design regulatory interventions on unacceptable work, with particular focus on developing countries. Each Network Team brings together researchers from a range of disciplines, countries of different income levels, and local and international policy actors. Network members include researchers and policy-makers from Australia, Canada, Brazil, Cambodia, India, Lesotho, South Africa, USA, UK and Viet Nam and from the ILO, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) and Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO).