When we started our functions, we announced that one of our priorities would be the launching of a new website that would render more dynamic the work of the Society.
Today, thanks to the generous support of Jeffrey Sack and colleagues at Lancaster House in Canada, and of Steven Willborn (USA), we are delighted to announce the launch (www.islssl.org) (www.sidtss.org).
These changes reflect our first ideas for a better and more dynamic website. They are not exclusive or final and we will continue to innovate in a way that best suits our Society’s project. We look forward to your ideas and proposals. In particular, let us know any errors or omissions that have inevitably crept into the text, due to the large amount of material that we have tried to incorporate.
Among its most important assets, the ISLSSL has both an international character and a multicultural dimension. While the plurality of languages renders its management more complex, the diversity of legal cultures offers an unsurpassed richness that will be available to all members of the Society. The new website should, we fervently hope, help to make this possible.
Please see the Society News for more information.
|Giuseppe Casale||Adrián Goldin|
Labour law and welfare: Position paper by Prof. Tiziano Treu
Dear colleagues and friends,
With a view to opening a discussion among our members within the newly established website of the ISLSSL, we have asked to Professor Tiziano Treu – one of the greatest contemporary Italian jurists – to prepare a position paper to start a debate on how labour law and social protection systems should “surf” in the present and future contexts.
About the Society
The ISLSSL was constituted in Brussels in June 1958. It is the result of the merger of the International Society for Social Law (São Paulo Congress, 1954, and Brussels Congress, 1958) and the International Congresses of Labour Law (Trieste, 1951, and Geneva, 1957).
The ISLSSL has been established with the following purposes:
- to study labour and social security law at the national as well as international level,
- to promote the exchange of ideas and information from a comparative perspective, and
- to encourage the closest possible collaboration among academics, lawyers, and other experts within the fields of labour and social security law.
The aims of the Society are of a purely scientific character, independent of all considerations of a political, philosophical or religious nature.