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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.

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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 will take
place in Tokyo on 4-5 March 2019. The seminar’s theme is “The Future of Women and
Work―Policy Responses to Women’s Employment”.

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.

2nd International Seminar on International and Comparative Labour Law

“Enterprise Transformation and Social Rights”

Venice, 30 June – 9 July, 2015


2nd International Seminar on International and Comparative Labour Law – Program

Draft Agenda

Monday, June 29th, 2015

Arrival of participants

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Morning Welcoming of participants
Prof. M. Bugliesi – Venice Ca’ Foscari University Magnificent Rector
Prof. M. Billio – Venice Ca’ Foscari University, Economics Department Chair
Prof. A. Perulli – Venice Ca’ Foscari University
Prof. A. Goldin – ISLSSL President
Prof. G. Casale – ISLSSL Secretary General, Venice Ca’ Foscari University Visiting Professor
Prof. G. Santoro-Passarelli – AIDLASS (Italian Society for Labour Law and Social Security Law) President
Enterprise organization, the boundaries of the firms and the concept of employer: Economics, labour and commercial law analysis
Speakers:
O. D. HART (Harvard University)
A. LYON-CAEN (University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Defence)
A. PERULLI (Venice Ca’ Foscari University)
F. DENOZZA (University of Milan)
Afternoon Working groups and discussion

Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

Morning Enterprise transformations, externalization processes and productive decentralization
Speakers:
J.-M. SERVAIS (Former Director of International Labour Office (ILO), Honorary President of ISLSSL)
A. GOLDIN (University of Buenos Aires)
R. DEL PUNTA (University of Florence)
G. CORÒ (Venice Ca’ Foscari University)
Afternoon Working groups and discussion

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

Morning Enterprise-network and enterprise-groups: Trends and national/international experiences
Speakers:
S. LEADER (University of Essex, TBC)
O. RAZZOLINI (University of Genoa)
S. MICELLI (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, TBC)
Afternoon Working groups and discussion

Friday, July 3rd, 2015

Morning Enterprise-network and enterprise-groups: Trends and national/international experiences
Speakers:
S. SCIARRA (Judge of the Constitutional Court of Italy, University of Florence)
F. VALDES DAL-RE (Complutense University of Madrid, Judge of the Constitutional Court of Spain)
G. CASALE (ILO and Venice Ca’ Foscari University)
T. ARAKI (University of Tokyo)
Afternoon Working groups and discussion

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Morning The enterprise in the EU law
1st Session: Enterprises and the Courts role
Speakers:
S. CASSESE (S. CASSESE – Italian Constitutional Court Judge, Emeritus professor at “Scuola Normale Superiore” of Pisa, TBC),
F. BENOIT-ROHMER (University of Strasbourg, EIUC (European Inter-University Center for Human Rights and Democratisation) Secretary General, TBC)
F. MARRELLA (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
2nd Session: Workers participation in the enterprise: information and consultation rights, codetermination dynamics and firms welfare
Speakers:
T. TREU (University Cattolica of Milan)
M. WEISS (Goethe University of Frankfurt/Main)
A. BRUGIAVINI (Venice Ca’ Foscari University)
Afternoon Working groups and discussion

Tuesday, July 7th, 2015

Morning The “constitutionalisation” of the Firm: Multinationals regulation in the global context between hard and soft law
Speakers:
T. SACHS (University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Defence)
S. VERNAC (University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Defence)
V. BRINO (Venice Ca’ Foscari University)
Afternoon Working groups and discussion

Wednesday, July 8th, 2015

Working Groups

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

Morning Final reports and discussion
Seminar conclusion by 1:00 p.m.

Note: Lectures and working groups will be in English.

Registration period: February 1 – May 30, 2015

Deadline to pay: 1 June 2015.

Registration fees, which include accommodation in a University Residence, in a single room with private bathroom, (in 29 June, out 9 July), breakfast, meals and administration is 1000 Euros (+ IVA 22%, 1220 Euros).

Direction and Coordination: Prof. A. Perulli.

International Scientific Committee: A. Goldin, T. Treu, G. Casale, A. Lyon-Caen, F. Valdes Dal-Re, L. Compa, S. Sciarra, M. Weiss, J-M. Servais, A. Brugiavini

Further detailed information and registration forms are available at http://islssl.org/2nd-international-seminar-on-international-and-comparative-labour-law-registration/, or please write an email to dirittodellavoro@unive.it.

Please note that the ISLSSL offers six scholarships of 1220 Euros each, with a view to covering registration fees and participation in the seminar, aimed at facilitating the participation of lawyers of less than 40 years.

Application for ISLSSL scholarship: February 1 – March 30, 2015.

 For any information, please write an email to dirittodellavoro@unive.it

With the contribution of:

UMANA S.p.A.

Global Economics and Social Affairs Master (GESAM) - Ca' Foscari University of Venice

Master Lavoro

European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC)

Camera di Commercio Venezia

1st International and comparative seminar of labour law, labour relations and social security – Isla Margarita, Venezuela

April 21-29, 2013

Note:

You can find the final agenda of the Seminar of Isla Margarita in the Spanish version.

 

The Postgraduate Seminar on International and Comparative Labour Law of Isla Margarita has been on-going since 2011 under the organization of the Fundación Universitas and under the auspices of the Venezuelan chapter of the ISLSSL, which has awarded scholarships with a view to promoting the participation of young lawyers.

From the forthcoming edition, and as announced during the last meetings of our Executive Committee and the General Assembly (Santiago, Chile), we would like to deepen our relationship with the aforementioned seminar.   This renewed relationship will be based on the creation of an International Advisory Committee, composed of representatives designated by each of the Latin American national associations of our society. Its role will be to act as a consultative body at the time of organising each seminar and when deciding on the granting of ISLSSL fellowships.

As far as the design of each seminar is concerned, the organizers should consult the  Committee before the elaboration of the program – topics, speakers, activities, etc. – or to submit the draft programme to the Committee, for evaluation and suggestions as well as the request for fellowships.

The invitation to be part of the International Advisory Committee for this Seminar has received a large response from our Latin American societies and its composition is the following:

  • Carlos Ayala Montero (Academia Panameña de DT)
  • Juan Manuel Charría Segura (Colegio de Abogados del Trabajo de Colombia)
  • Flor Espinoza Huacón (Sociedad Ecuatoriana de DTySS)
  • Cesar Landelino Franco López (Asociación Guatemalteca de DTySS)
  • Mario López Larrave (Asociación Guatemalteca de DTySS)
  • Graciela González (Asociación Argentina de DTySS)
  • Patricia Kurczyn Villalobos (Asociación Mexicana de DTySS )
  • Héctor A. Jaime Martínez (Asociación Venezolana de Profesores de DT)
  • Rafael Pereira Lagos (Sociedad Chilena de DTySS)
  • Luiz Carlos Amorim Robortella (Instituto Cesarino Junior)
  • Jorge Rosenbaum Rímolo (Asociación Uruguaya de DTySS)

Having agreed on this occasion to assign fellowships of U.S. $1,000 each, we will proceed to the establishment of a fellowships subcommittee with a maximum of five persons to be selected from Committee members (as far as possible) and among those national societies which have not submitted candidates for fellowships, with a view to ensuring maximum transparency and integrity for the selection of candidates.

The submission of applications for scholarships should be carried out by the respective national association, accompanied by a curriculum vitae of the applicant and certifying compliance with the ISLSSL rules for the granting of fellowships.

The application process is now open and the deadline is January 31, 2013. Information on the seminar is available at http://www.universitasfundacion.com/v2.0/eventos_detalle.php?codigo=MTcy