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Dr Darren McGuire

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Management, Work and Organisation University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Dr Darren McGuire

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BA Hons, PGCert (learning and teaching), PGDip (methods), MRes, PhD Management (Univ. of Strathclyde) Darren is a lecturer at Stirling Management School, having previously been an early career fellow. Finishing his PhD in 2014 at the University of Strathclyde on NGOs, advocacy work, and the State, Darren is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and previously worked as a community development worker focusing on action research. He is currently the delegated authority and chair of ethics in Stirling Management School, programme director for our MSc in Management in Muscat and international partnership director for Lingnan in Hong Kong.

 

Award

Exposing modern slavery policy-making to management theory (PRME seed funding)

Building on a study of state-organised forced labour in Uzbekistan’s cotton industry (McGuire and Laaser, 2018), this project examines how policy-makers conceptualise and monitor modern slavery and considers the role that management theories could play in strengthening their hand. This is funded by a UN Global Compact initiative, The Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).

Event / Presentation

Exploring the ILO's conceptualisation and methodology on forced labour

Work, Employment and Society conference, 2018, 'Putting Sociology to Work'.

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