Request for Quotes: Labor Rights Violations in the India-U.S. Sandstone Supply Chain
The American Bar Association Center for Human Rights (Center) is seeking a contracting individual to identify stakeholders for outreach related to the Center’s report on bonded labor and child labor in the India-U.S. sandstone supply chain. The contracting individual will provide substantive inputs for a complaint to a U.S. government agency, provide contextual analysis (historical and sociological) on the sandstone industry in India in support of the Center’s reporting, and conduct interviews and collect information from stakeholders in the India sandstone industry regarding how to build capacity of the mining community in order to increase the level of compliance with international trade standards as related to human rights due diligence. The contracting individual will speak fluent Hindi and English, hold experience in trauma-informed interview training, and also be familiar with basic digital protocols and secure communications platforms. The contracting individual will preferably hold a legal degree (J.D. or LLM) in addition to experience in investigating labor rights violations in South Asia.
The Center is seeking cost estimates for such an undertaking. Interested candidates are asked to submit a resume and cost proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, December 4 at 5:00pm EST.