Garment Supply Chain Governance Project at the Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics
News vom 18.01.2018
Prof. Niklas Egels-Zandén and Dr. Nora Lohmeyer have been invited to present our project and first results from our ongoing research at the Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics (WCGE) in Wittenberg (Germany). Niklas Egels-Zandén (who joined the discussion via skype) introduced our project, its overall aims and research design and gave insights into our work, whereas Nora Lohmeyer presented one of the papers that resulted from our work. The audience was eager to learn more about the global garment industry, working conditions in Bangladesh, upcoming initiatives and trends with regards to the governance of labor standards.
The Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics (WCGE) is a non-profit Think Tank, which offers training in ethics to current and future leaders and among others offers a doctoral program for young graduates whose research interest addresses the issue of responsible leadership in business in a global context. The WCGE's training is based on a long-standing tradition of academic research and the specific formats the WCGE offers include seminars, dialogue processes and research and teaching projects in cooperation with higher education institutions.