Journal title MONDI MIGRANTI
Author/s Eduardo Barberis, Fabio De Blasis, Elisabetta Mancinelli , Elena Viganò
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2022/2 Language Italian
Pages 21 P. 75-95 File size 194 KB
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The article focuses on the development of some socially sustainable supply chains that have emerged in the last decade as a form of bottom-up response to the ex-ploitation of migrant labour. These are production-exchange-consumption models within the wider practices of resistance to changes in the agri-food system, which have made the working conditions of foreign labourers a central element of "food quality" and supply chain sustainability. Based on a study carried out as part of an Amif project and using a qualitative approach, the paper analyses the role of the actors involved, the strategies adopted, the opportunities and limitations re-garding the creation of "sustainable" work, and the emancipation of workers from exploitation.
Keywords: alternative food networks; exploitation; migrant labour; social sustain-ability; agri-food supply chains.
Eduardo Barberis, Fabio De Blasis, Elisabetta Mancinelli , Elena Viganò, Filiere socialmente sostenibili. Un veicolo per l’emancipazione dallo sfruttamento dei braccianti di origine straniera? in "MONDI MIGRANTI" 2/2022, pp 75-95, DOI: 10.3280/MM2022-002004