Tim Connor
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Still waiting for Nike to do it: Nike's labor practices in the three years since CEO Phil Knight's speech to the National Press Club
T Connor
Global Exchange, 2001
Time to scale up cooperation? Trade unions, NGOs, and the international anti‐sweatshop movement
T Connor
Development in Practice 14 (1-2), 61-70, 2004
Offside!: Labour Rights and Sportswear Production in Asia
T Connor, K Dent
Oxfam, 2006
Networked regulation as a solution to human rights abuse in global supply chains? The case of trade union rights violations by Indonesian sports shoe manufacturers
T Connor, F Haines
Theoretical Criminology 17 (2), 197-214, 2013
Sweating for Nike-A Report on Labour Conditions in the Sport-shoe Industry'
T Connor, J Atkinson
Community Aid Abroad Briefing Paper 16 (16), 1996
Positioning women homeworkers in a global footwear production network: How can homeworkers improve agency, influence and claim rights?
A Delaney, R Burchielli, T Connor
Journal of Industrial Relations 57 (4), 641-659, 2015
Antenarrative and transnational labour rights activism: Making sense of complexity and ambiguity in the interaction between global social movements and global corporations
T Connor, L Phelan
Globalizations 12 (2), 149-163, 2015
Rediscovering law students as citizens: critical thinking and the public value of legal education
J McGee, M Guihot, T Connor
Alternative Law Journal 38 (2), 77-81, 2013
Forced labour in the textile and garment sector in Tamil Nadu, South India: Strategies for redress
A Delaney, T Connor
http://corporateaccountabilityresearch.net/njm-report-xiii-sumangali, 2016
We are not Machines: Despites some small steps forward, poverty and fear still dominate the lives of Nike and Adidas Workers in Indonesia
T Connor
Carlton, Vic: Oxfam Australia, 2002
Still Waiting For Nike To Respect the Right to Organize
T Connor
Global Exchange, 2001
Is Mayfield Pool saved yet? Community assets and their contingent, discursive foundations
T Griffiths, T Connor, B Robertson, L Phelan
Community Development Journal 49 (2), 280-294, 2014
Rewriting the Rules: The anti-sweatshop movement
T Connor
Nike, Reebok and adidas’ Participation in Voluntary Labour Regulation, 2008
The Ethical Trading Initiative: Negotiated solutions to human rights violations in global supply chains?
T Connor, A Delaney, S Rennie
https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2889121, 2016
Online supplement to Non-Judicial Mechanisms in Global Footwear and Apparel Supply Chains: Lessons from workers in Indonesia
T Connor, A Delaney, S Rennie
https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3014658, 2016
Becoming Global Citizens and Global Lawyers: Incorporating International Work and Study Experiences into the Australian Law School Curriculum
T Connor, NM Ries, N Ross, K Sobel-Read, D Matas
Clinical L. Rev. 25, 63, 2018
Orchestration from Below? Trade Unions in the Global South, Transnational Business and Efforts to Orchestrate Continuous Improvement in Non-State Regulatory Initiatives
S Rennie, T Connor, A Delaney, S Marshall
University of New South Wales Law Journal 40 (3), 1275-1309, 2017
Where’s the Umpire? The code of labour practice for goods licensed to carry the logos of the Sydney Olympics and Paralympics
T Connor
How You Play the Game, 176-182, 1999
The Freedom of Association Protocol: A Localised Non-Judicial Grievance Mechanism for Workers' Rights in Global Supply Chains
A Delaney, T Connor, S Rennie
Another Way Forward? The Scope for an Appellate Court to Reinterpret the Statutory Business Judgment Rule
W Bainbridge, T Connor
Company & Securities Law Journal 34, 415-437, 2016
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