The special issue Social Market Economy of the Utrecht Law Review (an open access journal) has been published with several articles on the relation between social and economic interests in the EU.

Amber Zwanenburg and Bartłomiej Bednarowicz would like to share with you a new book on Cross-Border Employment and Social Rights in the EU Road Transport Sector that was compiled within the Erasmus + SENSE Project framework.

I'm delighted to report that following its successful book launch at LLRN Valparaiso, our new book - Precarious Work: The Challenge for Labour Law in Europe - has been published by Edward Elgar Publishing.

COGENS is a research project led by the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, the Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien and Astrées, with a team that includes 17 countries. It is ongoing research which will take end on September 2020.

Dear Colleagues,

The SAS Pensions’ Team is pleased to announce a Call for papers concerning a Workshop on Longevity Heterogeneity and Pension Design that will take place the 28th of January 2020 in Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium).

We are pleased to say that the Polish Employment Collective Law book (K.W. Baran (ed.) J. Czerniak-Swedzioł, D. Dorre-Kolasa, M. Lekston, M. Wujczyk), was just published by C.H. Beck.

Vanisha Sukdeo's second book with Routledge was published in June 2019. The book is entitled "Corporate Law, Codes of Conduct and Workers' Rights" and may be of interest to labour & employment law scholars as well as business scholars and practising lawyers.

The Health and Safety and Working Conditions Unit of the European Trade Union Institute organizes a Seminar on Strategic Litigation on Occupational Health and Safety at 15-16 January 2020 in Brussels.

I am pleased to inform you that the new edition of the Italian Labour Law e-Journal is now on-line at

Issue 1/2019 of the International Labor Rights Case Law Journal (ILaRC) is now online and available.