Call for Papers "PANDEMIC, POST-PANDEMIC AND WORK: WHAT LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES?"


A reminder that the association LLC-Labour Law Community has launched the Call for Papers "PANDEMIC, POST-PANDEMIC AND WORK: WHAT LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES?".
Papers, accepted in English, French, Spanish or Italian, shall be submitted at the latest on 31 October 2020 at the following email address: labourlawcommunity@gmail.com.

CALL FOR PAPER
PANDEMIC, POST-PANDEMIC AND WORK:
WHAT LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES?

Different points of view are possible concerning the ongoing pandemic in general, but also with reference to work. Some say everything will be like it was before. Others go even further: after the pandemic, everything will get worse than before; labour law in particular will be even more undermined. However, there may be a third point of view, not driven by a simplistically optimistic inclination, but inspired by an idea that involved all events that took place in progressive terms in human history: there may be another way. Something may actually change.

In this perspective, the following pages offer some points for reflection. Papers must refer to one of the topics listed below and not exceed 50,000 characters (spaces included). Submissions are accepted in English, French, Spanish or Italian. Papers must be submitted by 31st October 2020 at the following email address: labourlawcommunity@gmail.com

A Scientific Committee, composed of the professors Catherine Barnard, Olivia Bonardi, Jesús Cruz Villalón, Fausta Guarriello, Antoine Lyon Caen, Luigi Mariucci, Magdalena Nogueira Guastavino, Adalberto Perulli, Valerio Speziale, Patrizia Tullini, will select the papers, which will then be collected in an ebook, leaving the participants with the opportunity to publish their papers also in scientific journals.

Furthermore, LLC will organize one or more webinars to present the results of the call.

Deadlines
Papers submission: Oct 31, 2020