Labor & Human Rights Commentaries

The following articles are part of our larger series on Labor & Inequality which considers the challenges and the possibilities of human rights for adequately combating problems faced by workers in a globalized and simultaneously fragmented market. These commentaries are written by our Human Rights Scholars and undergraduate interns here at the Rapoport Center. Scholars and interns participate in collaborative research on human rights topics and to work closely with the Rapoport Center’s programs and planning over the course of the academic year.

Society Pays for Unpaid Internships by Patrick Aana

Sierra Leone’s Experience with In-Country Outsourcing by Francis Kaifala

Child Labor and the Mountain that Eats Men by Sofia Bonilla

Economic Sanctions: Effective Enforcement Method for Labor Standards? by Julie Wilson