On 22 November 2013, a seminar on The Labour Market Impacts of Natural and Environmental Disasters, set up by ADAPT in cooperation with Tohoku University and the Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (JILPT), will take place in Sendai City, close to the epicenter of a major earthquake of

Adelaide Law Review published Australasian Voices at Work Symposium, which contains a selection of papers by Alan Bogg, Anthony Forsyth and Tonia Novitz, Mark Bray and Andrew Stewart, Victoria Lambropoulos and Michael Wynn, Amanda Reilly, Cameron Roles and Michael O’Donnell, Richard Naughton and

Hart Publishing has recently published a new book, ‘The European Convention on Human Rights and the Employment Relation’ edited by Filip Dorssemont, Klaus Lörcher and Isabelle Schömann.

ADAPT published the proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Young People and Employment, dedicated to traineeships and internships, which took place in Bergamo on 25 and 26 October 2013

ADAPT and the University of Bergamo have opened the call for applications for the International Doctoral School in Human Capital Formation and Labour Relations.

The Centre for Comparative Labour Law and Social Security Law of the University of Bordeaux has posted on its website information regarding a Thematic Chapter dedicated to the entry into force of the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC 2006).

Latest issue of the E-Journal of International and Comparative LABOUR STUDIES, an open-access review promoted by ADAPT University Press.

Hart Publishing has recently published a new book, 'The Future of the International Labour Organization in the Global Economy' by Francis Maupain.

Routledge has recently published a new book, 'Temporary Work, Agencies and Unfree Labour: Insecurity in the New World of Work', edited by Judy Fudge and Kendra Strauss.

The International Association of Labour Law Journals has announced a call for papers for the 2014 Marco Biagi Award.

The Award is aimed at doctoral students, advanced professionals, and academic researchers in the early stage of their careers.