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By Susan Bisom-Rapp and Malcolm Sargeant

In many countries, including the United States, women are significantly more likely to fall into poverty in retirement than are men. Understanding why this is so and what can be done about it is the aim of this new book.

Edited by Herwig Verschueren. This book discusses the issue of these links and, more specifically, the question of how EU law defines the link needed to obtain the right to reside in a Member State and the right to social and employment protection in that State.

Join this short and free online course of the Global Labour University and the ILO's International Training Centre to learn about the What, Why and How of International Labour Standards!

The “Pension Chair” at the Law Faculty and the Institute for
interdisciplinary research in Legal Sciences of UCLOUVAIN (Louvain-La-Neuve)
looks for a PhD candidate for a doctoral research in Law.

The ILO is presently seeking three specialists in International Labour Standards and/or Labour Law.

The positions are in Cairo, Geneva and Yaoundé.

Edited by Joanna Howe and Rosemary Owens

During the first half of 2016, 8 original “Studies” relating to labour law have been published in the Review of comparative labour law and social security.

The issue can be freely accessed until 31 Dec 2016 using the following link, and the instructions in the attached document “Free ILaRC Subscription”

Call for contributions to a special issue of Politics and Governance, a peer-reviewed open access journal

This book presents the results of a study of workers’ rights during company takeover situations in Europe.

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