|LLRN SUMMER SEMINAR SERIES|
Who: Labor Law Research
When: Central European Summertime CEST/Brussels time 8 – 9.30pm, 09 June - 09 June 2022
LLRN SUMMER SEMINAR SERIES
The future of unions and their role in the gig economy – 9 June 2022 (Central European Summertime CEST/Brussels time 8 – 9.30pm)
What are the priorities for labour law reform that will help unions and workers to rebuild and organise, so as to bring gig workers within the protection of employment and labour laws? We will be discussing various issues arising in Australia, Europe and the USA, exploring options such as multi-employer bargaining, realistic thresholds for establishing the right to bargain through non-ballot methods, union rights of access to and communication with workers, and removing limits on strike action.
We welcome labour lawyers from any and every country to join and offer their perspectives.
We will begin by discussing Anthony Forsyth’s new book available at:
offering perspectives from the USA (Veena Dubal), Italy (Emanuele Menegatti) and the European Trade Union Institute (Silvia Rainone).
The session will be chaired by Tonia Novitz (University of Bristol, Centre for Law at Work).
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
There is NO fee for attendance – this is free of charge.
Contact for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call to action: Register online
For more info: https://gmail.com
|Labour Law and Inequality: Where have we come from and where are we going?|
Who: Centre for Transformative Regulation of Work (CENTROW)
When: 23 March - 23 March 2021
The Centre for Transformative Regulation of Work celebrated its official launch on 23 March 2021. To mark this occasion, a webinar was held on the topic of Labour Law and Inequality: Where have we come from and where are we going?.
Professor Sandra Fredman, Founder and Director of Oxford Human Rights Hub.
Professor Edward Webster, Distinguished Research Professor in the Southern Centre for Inequality Studies and Founder of the Society, Work and Development (SWOP).
Doctor Pamhidzai Bamu, Law Programme Coordinator for Africa at Women in Informal Employment Globalising and Organising (WIEGO).
Click here to watch the webinar.
Call to action:
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|Annual Conference of the Platform Cooperative Consortium|
Who: Institute for Ecological Economy Research
What: International seminar
Where: In-person (Berlin) & Virtual
When: Time of event TBC, 12 November - 18 November 2021
The Platform Cooperative Consortium is hosting two events:
One will be an in-person event taking place on 12 - 14 November 2021
One will be a virtual event taking place on 15 - 18 November 2021
You can also pre-register to receive more information regarding the two event above.
Register in advance below:
Call to action: Register in advance
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|Theory and Practice in the Global World of Platforms : Innovation and Regulation|
When: 14h00, 26 March - 26 March 2021
Join our upcoming Reshaping Work Onward event: Theory & Practice in the Global World of Platform: Innovations and Regulation organized by WageIndicator Foundation! The event will focus on the latest regulations and innovations surrounding platforms. Latest insights from the data gathered by WageIndicator's Platform Workers: Decent Rights & Pay project will also be presented! You will have a chance to learn about innovative practices and first-hand experiences about the impact of regulations targeting platform workers.
Call to action:
For more info: https://onward.reshapingwork.net/theory-practice-in-the-global-world-of-platforms-innovations-and-regulation/?utm_source=Reshaping+Work+Onward&utm_campaign=24ca38d4e0-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_03_05_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e072a959cf-24ca38d4e0-221926613&mc_cid=24ca38d4e0&mc_eid=ace479fd96