This research assessed the feasibility of setting up a cooperative initiative that would address challenges that engineering and construction companies face to uphold workers’ rights in their operations and subcontracting supply chains.

The main findings suggest that companies share many of the same challenges, including the risks related to the recruitment process, working conditions, legislation on labour migration and freedom of association in some countries of operation that further restrict workers’ rights, limited oversight of subcontractors’ practices.

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