Special Issue - International Labour Review (2020) Vol. 159(4) - 'Transnational futures of international labour law' Guest Editor: Adelle Blackett

Issue 2020/4 of the International Labour Review
on "Transnational futures of international labour law", guested-edited by
Prof. Adelle Blackett (McGill University), will be free to access until 31
March 2021.

This Special Issue features the following articles:
- “Engagement with sustainability at the International Labour Organization
and wider implications for collective worker voice” by Tonia NOVITZ
- “The relationship between international law and European labour
legislation and its impact on the development of international and European
social law” by Sophie ROBIN-OLIVIER
- “On the International Labour Organization and prison labour: An
invitation to recalibrate” by Faina MILMAN-SIVAN and Yair SAGY
- “From Geneva to San José: The ILO standards and the Inter-American
System for the protection of human rights” by Bernard DUHAIME and Éloïse
- “The Rana Plaza disaster seven years on: Transnational experiments and
perhaps a new treaty?” by Anne TREBILCOCK
- “The trade–labour relationship in the light of the WTO Appellate
Body’s embrace of pluralism?” by Joanna LANGILLE
- “On social regionalism in transnational labour law” by Adelle BLACKETT

Please find the links to the English, French and Spanish versions of the
Special Issue below:
EN: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/1564913x/2020/159/4
FR: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/15649121/2020/159/4
SP: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/15649148/2020/139/4