From my understanding there are opinions that some form of coercion, such as public embarrassment, may be used to facilitate a recalcitrant husband giving his estranged agunah (bound) wife a get/divorce. This seems to be the practice of organizations such as ORA which has the support of a number of Rabbis. I would like to know if there is any discussion in the contemporary halachic literature regarding applying similar practices to a levir who refuses to perfom halitzah.
In modern day halachic literature this tactic is discussed in multiple rabbinic responsa: R. Chavitah HaCohen (d. 1959, Simchat Cohen EH 57), R. Isaac Herzog (d. 1959, Heichal Yitzchok EH 5 - see footnote re. official mandate of Israel Rabbinic Court enforcing halitzah, however cf. Yabia Omer vol. 6 EH 14), R. Ovadiah Hadayah (d. 1969, Yaskil Avdi vol. 6 EH 123), R. Samuel Wosner (d. 2015, Shevet HaLevi vol. 3 206), R. Shlomo Amar (b. 1948-, Shema Shlomo vol. 4 EH 11).