A chained revolution

Théo Sixou
2024 41'


Today, many companies use legal loopholes, making human rights violations the norm rather than the exception in supply chains around the world. It leaves the victims of crimes committed by these companies – workers and communities – trapped in a legal maze seeking justice. Workers are raising their voices, demanding a role in securing supply chains. Citizens across Europe can no longer tolerate this injustice. How can we shift from profit-driven priorities to preventing violations? European citizens are rallying for change! Unions, workers, NGOs and politicians are now knocking on the doors of the European Union to strengthen corporate accountability and democracy at work.



Directed by : Théo Sixou

With : Isabelle Schömann - CES, Dominique Potier - PS, Lara Wolters - PvDA, Pauline Moreau Avila - FO, Paul de Clerck - Ami de la Terre, Huseyin Jan Buelens - Réseau des avocats du progrès, Nordine Amghar - CSC, Carlo Briscolini - FGTB, Gery Vandendoren - FGTB

Sound : Victor Crestani, Olivier Charlier (CVB)

Editing : Lucas Furtado (CVB)

Editing assistant : Bastien Joachim

Mixing : Victor Crestani

Color grading : Javier Villegas

Production : Ken Slock (CVB)

Coproduction : Centre Vidéo de Bruxelles asbl - Michel Steyaert ; Confédération européenne des syndicats - Isabelle Schömann ; Indewo - Fabrice Warneck

Le Centre Vidéo de Bruxelles est soutenu par la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles et la Commission communautaire française.

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