DECEMBER, 2017: WORKSHOP ON GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO EFFECTIVE LABOUR RIGHTS - DURHAM LAW SCHOOL
Researchers and policy-makers from the U.K., South Africa, U.S., Canada and Lesotho met in Durham to discuss the challenges to effective Labour Rights. Here you can find more information about the event.
AUGUST & SEPTEMBER 2017: GLOBAL DIALOGUE / LOCAL INNOVATION CONFERENCES: BANGKOK & DURHAM
The ‘Global Dialogue/Local Innovation’ conferences, held in Bangkok and Durham, hosted researchers, policymakers and union members representing a diverse range of nations, including Australia, Korea, Brazil, South Africa, Lesotho, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Cambodia, and the UK. More information here.
FEBRUARY 2016: ELIMINATING UNACCEPTABLE FORMS OF WORK: A GLOBAL CHALLENGE
In this post on Social Protection and Human Rights, Dr McCann outlines 'Social Protection' as one of the dimensions of the Multidimensional Model of Unacceptable Forms of Work.
JULY 2015: ADDRESSING THE COMPLEX REALITIES OF POST-CRISIS EMPLOYMENT
Following the Regulating for Decent Work conference held at the International Labour Organisation in Geneva (8-10 July 2016), Deirdre McCann comments on the need for robust labour regulation to help deliver decent work.
Read the comment here
JULY 2015: A GLOBAL DIALOGUE (DURHAM/GENEVA)
Researchers and policy-makers from around the world met in July 2015 to share innovative ways in which Unacceptable Forms of Work are being addressed
Workshops were held in Durham and at the ILO in Geneva, at a Special Session of the Regulating for Decent Work Conference.
2015: UNACCEPTABLE FORMS OF WORK: A GLOBAL AND COMPARATIVE STUDY
In 2015, Professor Judy Fudge and Professor Deirdre McCann published a research study that defined Unacceptable Forms of Work, and the various ways that it is manifested.
This project has been funded by the ESRC Impact Acceleration Account