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4th JILPT Tokyo Comparative Labour Policy Seminar 2020

Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (JILPT)

ONLINE SEMINAR

9 NOVEMBER 2020

The 4th International JILPT Labour Policy Seminar will take place in Tokyo on 09 November 2020. The seminar’s theme is “The Changing World of Work in Digital Age – New Forms of Work and the Role of Labor Policy”.

Programme and general information
The 4th International JILPT Labour Policy Seminar 2020

XI International Seminar on Comparative Labour Law “Isla de Margarita” 2020

Procedural labour law. A fundamental way of ensuring the rights of social actors.

ONLINE SEMINAR

2 November – 5 December 2020

A new edition of the International Seminar on Comparative Labour Law usually held at Isla Margarita (Venezuela) will be conducted online on 2 November – 5 December 2020.
For more information, please refer to the program below (available only in Spanish).

Program

 XI International Seminar on Comparative Labour Law “Isla Margarita” 2020

SASLAW Young Scholar Society Conference

The SASLAW Young Scholar Society Conference will take place on the 1 October 2020 from 14h00 to 16h30.  This event is targeted at Candidate Attorneys, young HR practitioners, advocate pupils, and Students.

Attendance is Free.

The exciting programme is as follows:

TIME SPEAKERS PRESENTATION
14h00 – 14h15 Samantha Walker,

Snyman Attorneys

Introduction to SASLAW & ISLSSL
14h15 – 14h45 Liesel Olivier,  Webber Wentzel Attorneys CV, Interview Skills and community involvement
14h45-  15h15 Owethu Mbambo, Fasken and Prinoleen Naidoo, Cheadle Thompson Haysom ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE INNOVATION AND THE LAW FIRM
15h15 – 15h30 Break
15h30 – 16h00 Lwandile Mkosana – Global Business Solutions Employment Equity and Transformation in the workplace.
16h00 – 16h30 Devon Jenkins, ENSafrica &  Nadine Mather, Bowmans Case Law Update.

Attendees will receive a complimentary membership of the Society until March 2021 if are non-members at present.

If you wish to attend, please register below.

You will be sent a link to join the Microsoft Teams meeting. If you do not have MS Teams, please note that you will still be able to join the event via the web and do not need the application installed.  For more info, check this short how to video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=316Bb8cgHMw

Please note registration for the event will close 3 hours before the event starts.  Should you still wish to attend, please send an email to clare@saslaw.org.za so that we may assist you.

We look forward to your support.

Any queries, please contact   clare@saslaw.org.za  | 073 613 3670

1st World Congress of the Young Scholars Section (postponed until further notice)

Postponed until further notice

Faculty of Law, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

21-22 MAY, 2020

The 1st World Congress of the Young Scholars Section will take place at the Univerisad Nacional Autonóma de México, Faculty of Law in Mexico City on 21-22 May, 2020. The World Congress theme is “The future of work: Challenges of labour law facing globalisation and digital transformation”.

Call for Papers
1st World Congress of the Young Scholars Section – Call for Papers

Programme
1st World Congress of the Young Scholars Section – Programme

6th International Seminar on International and Comparative Labour Law


The Future of Work
Labour Law and Labour Market Regulation in the Digital Era

 

 

CA’ FOSCARI UNIVERSITY OF VENICE, 27 MAY – 31 MAY 2019 

The 6th International Seminar on International and Comparative Labour Law will take place in Venice on 27-31 May 2019. The Seminar will deal with the theme “The Future of Work: Labour Law and Labour Market Regulation in the Digital Era”. The seminar programme can be downloaded below. As for the previous five editions, the participation of young legal scholars under the age of 40 is encouraged. The ISLSSL with the assistance of the Seminar’s Scientific Committee will grant six fellowships of 1,000 Euro each.

Programme Venice-2019
Inscription Module inscription 2019
Call for Papers Call for paper Venice ISLSSL Seminar 2019
How to pay How to pay 2019
Scholarships Scholarships Venice 19

6th International Seminar on International and Comparative Law Programme
6th International Seminar on International and Comparative Law Inscription
6th International Seminar on International and Comparative Law Call for Papers
6th International Seminar on International and Comparative Law Scholarships
6th International Seminar on International and Comparative Law – How to pay

3rd JILPT Tokyo Comparative Labour Policy Seminar 2019


“The Future of Women and Work―Policy Responses to Women’s Employment”

 

Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (JILPT)
4 – 5 MARCH 2019

The 3rd International JILPT Labour Policy Seminar took
place in Tokyo on 4-5 March 2019. The seminar’s theme was “The Future of Women and
Work―Policy Responses to Women’s Employment”.

Programme and general information Programme and general information 3rd JILPT Tokyo Comparative Labour Policy Seminar 2019

 

The 3rd International JILPT Labour Policy Seminar

2nd JILPT Tokyo Comparative Labour Policy Seminar 2018

The second International JILPT Labour Policy Seminar took place in Tokyo on 28-29 March 2018. The theme was “Looking back at the policy responses to changes in employment structure and forms. The future as seen from here”. In this era of globalization and large-scale innovation of information technology, labour related issues have become universal, spanning the globe. The seminar examined the major labour policy issues in the world today. The Seminar was instrumental in discussing current topics of relevance to Asia in a comparative perspective.

1st JILPT Tokyo Comparative Labour Policy Seminar 2017

The first international JILPT Labour Policy Seminar was orgaqnised in Tokyo on 27-29 March 2017. The theme was: “Identifying Major Labour Policy Issues in Contemporary World of Labour -Commonalities and Differences Crossing Regions and Nations”. The following topics were discussed:1) The changing features of industrial sectors, business organizations and business activities; 2) The changing features of work relations, work organizations and working styles; 3) Their background factors; such as progressing globalization, new waves of IT, AI, IoT and the demographic changes; 4) Major issues of labour policies arising therefrom; such as tackling with enlarging social inequality, redefining the demarcation of labour law, reforming the labour market, reconstructing the worker representation system and controlling migrant workers, etc.