Brett Dodge
Consultant

Brett specialises in:

  • strategic advice, research and support with stakeholder engagement
  • labour and human rights issues in international development
  • business sectors including agriculture, fishing, extractives, construction and manufacturing

Since joining Ergon in 2011 Brett has been involved a wide range of projects, including developing techniques and tools to measure and monitor human rights and quality of work and employment in global production chains, including:

  • strategic support for NGOs and multi-stakeholder initiatives in relation to new programmes and initiatives
  • developing human rights, labour and social performance guidance tools for Government, NGOs, retailers and their suppliers
  • field research and quantitative analysis on understanding wages and fair wage analyses in global production chains
  • research and strategic advice on improving human rights and working conditions in the global seafood industry

Brett has a background in business and human rights and international labour standards. He has an LLM in International Human Rights from the University of Essex and a BA from the University of North Carolina at Asheville.