The Head of International Projects (HIP) is a new role working on Migrant Justice Institute’s global research, advocacy and engagement activities to strengthen migrant workers’ access to justice and supply chain accountability for exploitation.

As scholars and policymakers around the world seek a systematic approach to the question of 'gig work,' one of its regulatory dimensions – the intersection of labor and competition law – points toward a deeper reconceptualization of the conventional legal and economic categories typically brought

Grade: P2

Vacancy no.: CALL/P/2022/07
Publication date: 5 May 2022
Application deadline (midnight Geneva time): 19 May 2022

Job ID: 8323
Department: GOVERNANCE
Organization Unit: LABOURLAW
Location: Geneva
Contract type: Fixed Term

The Revue des politiques sociales et familiales is launching a call for articles (in English and in French) for its n°150th edition (to be published in the 1st quarter of 2024).

Now available - as per the publisher's website:
An urgent and deeply resonant case for the power of workplace democracy to restore balance between economy and society.

CENTROW is organising a series of webinars aimed at enabling participants in South African labour market debates to deepen their knowledge on contemporary debates from around the world on regulatory responses to the changing nature of work and the persistence of inequality and insecurity in the w

The Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, Faculty of Law, are seeking a researcher with a strong background in employment law and technology to join the core team for the ERC-funded iManage project, led by Principal Investigator (PI) Prof Jeremias Adams-Prassl.

This book shows how to design labour rights to effectively protect digital platform workers, organise accountability on digital work platforms, and guarantee workers' collective representation and action.

A new website has been launched on the scientific work of Hugo Sinzheimer, one of the founding fathers of labour law:

It includes a complete list of his publications, a biography and an evaluation of his work.


The Future of Unions and Worker Representation: The Digital Picket Line
Anthony Forsyth