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Lecturer in Modern Slavery
I am a lecturer in Modern Slavery at the University of Hull. My research specialises in corporate practices and labour exploitation within domestic and global supply chains. This research involves working with senior governmental, NGO and corporate stakeholders from the fields of apparel, hospitality, and tourism in both Global South and Global North countries to understand the issues and pressures in delivering responsible business practices.
Before joining the University of Hull, I completed my PhD at the University of Surrey where I was awarded the Surrey Business School Postgraduate Research Student of the Year Award 2020-2021. Since completing my doctorate, I have been researching and teaching at the Law School and Wilberforce institute at the University of Hull. As an early research career, I am currently investigating labour exploitation and business governance practices and am keen to collaborate with researchers, policy-makers and practitioners around the globe.
The outlook for modern slavery in the apparel sector in a post-lockdown economy
Cole, R., & Shirgholami, Z. (2022). The outlook for modern slavery in the apparel sector in a post-lockdown economy. Supply chain management, 27(4), 526-537. https://doi.org/10.1108/SCM-06-2020-0245
Forced labour and modern slavery
Business and human rights
Sustainable supply chains
Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation
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