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Please see here the advertisement for a post in the Labour Law and Reform Unit in ILO Headquarters in Geneva. https://jobs.ilo.org/job/Geneva-Labour-Law-Officer-1200/595559201/

A compilation of International Labour Standards related to COVID-19 is now posted on ILO website.

You will find the three language version @:

Kurt Pärli and Jasmin Vögtli at the University of Basel have published a new article on 'Control and Sanction of Employees on the Basis of Codes of Conduct – A Question of Basic Labour (Human) Rights?' - Spring 2020 in the Labour Law Journal 71-84.

Social rights aren't just morally just, they could save us from economic catastrophe.

There is now being advertised the post of full Professor ‘Regulation of Labour’ at the institute AIAS-HSI of the Amsterdam Law School/University of Amsterdam.

The Social Law Research Institute at CUPL, located in Beijing, is now hiring a lecturer who teaches labor law and social securities law for the fall semester in the 2020-2021 school year. Labor law professors, scholars, and practitioners are all welcome to apply for this temporary position.

The Project “STEP UP Protection: Stepping up the European cooperation and communication among Public & Private organizations for the PROTECTION of posted workers’ rights” concerns the analysis of the current national framework about transnational posting, the analysis of the framework related

Professor David Doorey of York University has announced a new collaborative blog/website called Canadian Law of Work Forum: http://lawofwork.ca.

The Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (Frankfurt) has a specific research focus on the Legal History of the European Union (https://www.rg.mpg.de/research/legal_history_of_the_european_union).

The book on the European Labour Authority, edited by Silvia Borelli together with Marc Morsa and Andrea Allamprese and with the contribution of Fabienne Muller and Marco Rocca, is now available (in French):

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