I’m writing you to share with you information about our next e-Academy prepared by ILO Labour Law and reform Unit and ITC Turin.

The University of Bristol’s Centre for Law at Work will be hosting a series of virtual discussions and events on the topics of the integration of technology into work and the possible role of law and regulation in shaping the future(s) of work and the workplace.

This book provides a set of proposals for how best to guarantee effective enforcement of labour rights worldwide.

The Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work (CRIMT – is seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow.

In Beyond the Algorithm: Qualitative Insights for Gig Work Regulation, Deepa Das Acevedo and a collection of scholars and experts show why government actors must go beyond mass surveys and data-scrubbing in order to truly understand the realities of gig work.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee of the fifth Labour Law Research Network Conference and DLA Piper (the Partner of the Conference) it is with great pleasure that we announce the “Ticket for LLRN5” Competition addressed to MA and PhD students.

Promoted by the International Association of Labour Law Journals (IALLJ)

Call for Abstracts/Papers
Symposium on “Migrant farmworkers: resisting and organizing before, during and after Coronavirus”
To be submitted for review to Journal of Agrarian Change
Guest Editors: Tomaso Ferrando, Talia Esnard, Vasanthi Venkatesh and Vladimir Bogoeski

Global Labour Rights Reporter
Volume I, Issue 2 (August 2021)

Call for Papers


Allow me to draw your attention to our just published edited volume
“Collective Bargaining for Self-Employed Workers in Europe: Approaches
to Reconcile Competition Law and Labour Rights”. The book is available