Fahreen Alamgir



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I am a Senior  Lecturer in the Department of Management at the Monash Business School of Melbourne Australia.   My research areas undertake interdisciplinary approaches, as it focuses on poverty, governance and issues of gender. I examine organisational challenges and mechanisms from the perspectives of social justice, and rights and capability, of the involved and affected community in response to globalisation and sustainable development initiatives in the context of local organisational realities. My current research focuses on global value chain and employment relations focusing on Bangladeshi apparel industry. I received a couple of competitive research grants for researching employment conditions and challenges faced by women workers of ready-made garment factories. I am also a Coordinator of the Governance and Regulation Research Network (Garnet), an interdisciplinary network located in the Centre for Global Business, Monash Business School.

Prior joining to academic world I worked for as a Senior Advocacy Officer (Policy), Program Manager, Coordinator, and Consultant with international development organisations, local organisations in Bangladesh; and with the United Nations in Afghanistan.


Industry engagement

Non Profit Organizations

Voluntary Sector

Trade Union Federations

Public Sector: State Owned Enterprises

Global Supply Chain of Apparel industry



South Asia, Australia and New Zealand

Research area keywords

  • Business and sustainability through exploring the dynamics of business , community and state
  • Inequality & violence
  • Transnational feminists studies
  • Methodology for critical studies on management and organisation


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