Dear colleagues,

I am pleased to share with you the publication of my book: Marta Lasek-Markey , which is published by Routledge and can be purchased by the LLRN members with a 20% discount until 31 May.

This is a call for papers for a special issue on the fragmentation of labour law to be published in the Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal.

This report offers valuable insights and recommends five essential principles to ensure that HRDD is institutionalised in a manner that drives meaningful change for workers in transnational supply chains.

The report is authored by:

Shelley Marshall, RMIT University

Migrant Labour and the Reshaping of Employment Law

Edited by Bernard Ryan and Rebecca Zahn

We with Vladimir Bogoeski are happy to let you know that a new ETUI Report on the social security rights of short-term third-country national migrant workers in EU and EEA has been published.

in our newly established research project on work-life balance issues and the role of labour and social security law (LaW-BALANCE) are two vacancies available:

1 Postdoc-Position and 1 PhD-Position

Introduction to the course

Dear Colleagues,

Labor Tech Research Network (LaborTech) invites submissions for our second annual Book and Graduate Student Paper Awards, and first annual Social Justice Award.

The Social Law Research Institute at CUPL, located in Beijing, is now hiring a temporary guest lecturer who teaches labor law and social securities law courses for the spring/summer semester in the 2023-2024 school year or the fall semester in the 2024-2025 school year.