Global Labor Justice is a strategy hub supporting transnational collaboration among worker and migrant organizations to expand labor rights and new forms of bargaining on global value chains and international labor migration corridors.

Global Labor Justice works with grassroots worker and migrant organizations to promote long term change in policy and corporate practice that prevents labor exploitation leading up to and including modern day slavery and promotes innovative accountability structures that respond to the increasingly globalized economy.

In 2020, Global Labor Justice merged with the International Labor Rights Forum, please read our announcement here.

Global Labor Justice brings strategic capacity to cross-sectoral work on global value chains and labor migration corridors.  Global Labor Justice holds global corporations accountable for labor rights violations in their supply chains; advances policies and laws that protect decent work and just migration; and strengthens freedom of association, new forms of bargaining, and worker organizations.