RTA Seed Grants
PhD Student, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Sheffield
Charline is a PhD researcher at the University of Sheffield’s Department of Politics affiliated with the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute and the Laboratoire d’Économie et de Sociologie du Travail Aix-Marseille University. Her doctoral research project, which began in September 2019, explores the role of social power relations in the shaping of workers’ vulnerability across supply chains in the global economy.
PhD project short presentation: Charline Sempere – Women and Unfree Labour: A Feminist Political Economy Account:
LeBaron, G.; Hunt, T.; Edwards, R.; Sempéré, C.; Kyritsis, P.; (2021) ‘The Ineffectiveness of CSR: Understanding Garment Company Commitments to Living Wages in Global Supply Chains’ New Political Economy:
Re:Structure Lab. (2021) Re:Structure Lab. Forced Labour Evidence Brief: Worker Debt and Inequality (Sheffield: Sheffield, Stanford, and Yale Universities):