Complex economic problems are best solved when governments and investors cooperate and when research, advocacy and the media come together
Who we work with
We know that it is important to act now to invest for future productivity. But sound evidence and an overall understanding of the labour economy will always inform urgent action. To be guided by the evidence base around economic empowerment we are looking to collaborate with academics studying labour markets in developing economies.
We will never neglect fundamental rights or the imperative to create employment without exploitation. With these values in mind we work with UN organisations, international associations and NGOs that are engaged in employment rights and entitlements.
Partnering with the media is integral to our work. We recognise the role of the media in discussing labour issues including migrant workers, workplace health and safety, child labour and equal opportunities for women in the workforce.
If you are interested in working with us, drop us a line.