In 2015, worker organizations, allies, and technical advisors came together to create the Worker-driven Social Responsibility Network for the purpose of expanding, promoting, and replicating this model in supply chains around the world. The WSR Network was founded by seven organizations:
- Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
- Coalition of Immokalee Workers
- Fair Food Standards Council
- Migrant Justice
- National Economic and Social Rights Initiative
- T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights
- Worker Rights Consortium
With the support of its staff, the Network seeks to build understanding of the WSR model among a wide range of relevant actors, provide support and coordination for worker-led efforts to replicate the model in new industries, and create a paradigm shift within the field to establish WSR as the baseline model for any workers’ rights program within a global supply chain.
Read more about the Network’s mission here.
Download “About the WSR Network” (PDF) here.