Life and Work in Balance: Legal responses to working life in times of change and crisis

The book Manfred Weiss. A Legal Scholar without Borders. Selected Writings and Some Reflections on the Future of Labour Law (ADAPT University Press, 2022) is intended to acknowledge Manfred Weiss’ contribution to labour law. Prof.

While the traditional model of labour law faces challenges the world over, it is now well recognised that the challenges in developing economies are of a different nature and order of magnitude.

Providing a comprehensive, interdisciplinary overview of the gig economy from both a labour and employment perspective, this Research Agenda goes beyond the question of the employment status of platform workers.

an international working group of labour lawyers, chaired by Etienne Pataut and Sophie Robin-Olivier (both from University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne), has just published a White Paper on the Future of Labour Law.

This book explores the legal and practical implications of the digital age for employment and industrial relations.

In the countries of the global North, workplace democracy may be thought of as a thing of the past. Increasingly, working relations are regulated primarily by contract; workforces are fissured and fragmented. What are the consequences of this? How should we respond?

The International Labour Organization is asking equality experts, practitioners, academic institutions, research institutions and activists from around the world to share their insights and recommendations on how to eliminate racial discrimination at work.

ILO Consultancy Opportunity: Research of Violence and Harassment through OSH in El Salvador

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Job Title: Research and Policy Associate

Department: Queen’s University, Faculty of Law & Smith School of Business

Supervision and Academic Unit: Prof. Samuel Dahan, Queen’s Law, Cornell Law

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