My colleague Berkeley Law Professor David Oppenheimer and I write to tell you about a book that we have co-edited, The Global #MeToo Movement, which chronicles the global cultural and legal impact of the #MeToo movement, documenting both the social movement and legal tools to protect women.

Don't GIG-UP Project - 2020 Final Report (#GigEconomy #Europe #Comparison) now available at:

The Research Department of the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) is looking to hire a maternity cover for the period of October 2020 to March 2021.

The ILAW Network is excited to be publishing a new law journal – the Global Labour Rights Reporter.

The University of Basel project on Working under the conditions of social welfare: legal framework, prevalence and regulatory gaps (see has issued its final report: Melanie Studer, Gesine Fuchs,

The period under review runs from 2000 to the summer of 2019 in order to incorporate the latest reforms and legislative changes in this area.

The Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal has just released a collection of articles on automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and labour protection.

This book is based upon the papers written by a group of leading international scholars on the 'constitution of social democracy', delivered at a conference to celebrate Professor Keith Ewing's scholarly legacy in labour law, constitutional law, human rights and the law of democracy.

We want to draw your attention to a special co-edited issue of the European Labour Law Journal which we have lead on Covid-19 and the workplace. Through the generosity of Sage Publishing, this special issue is freely available for a short period.

The volume Collective Bargaining in Labour Law Regimes – A Global Approach edited by Professor Ulla Liukkunen (Springer 2019) offers comparative perspectives on collective bargaining regimes and the changes they are undergoing in twenty-one jurisdictions throughout the world.