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2º Seminario internacional de política laboral comparada

(Disponible en inglés solamente)

Mirando hacia atrás en la política de cambios en la estructura y formas de empleo

TOKIO, 4 – 5 MARZO DE 2018

El segundo seminario internacional de política laboral comparada de la JILPT tendrá lugar en Tokio entre 28 y 29 de marzo de 2018. El tema es “Mirando hacia atrás en la política de cambios en la estructura y formas de empleo”. En esta era de globalización e innovación a gran escala de la tecnología de la información, que abarca todo el mundo, este seminario de dos días examinará los principales problemas de política en el mundo de hoy.

4º Seminario Internacional de Derecho Internacional y Comparado del Trabajo

(Disponible en inglés solamente)

Comercio Mundial y Trabajo

UNIVERSIDAD « CA’ FOSCARI » DE VENECIA, 19 – 24 JUNIO DE 2017

La 4ta edición del Seminario Internacional de Derecho Internacional y Comparado del Trabajo se llevará a cabo en Venecia entre el 19 y el 24 de junio de 2017. Bajo la dirección del profesor Adalberto Perulli, el Seminario abordará el tema “Comercio Mundial y Trabajo”. El programa del seminario, diseñado al más alto nivel académico, estará pronto disponible. Como las ediciones anteriores, se fomenta la participación de jóvenes juristas menores de 40 años. La SIDTSS con la asistencia del Comité Científico del Seminario otorgará seis becas de 1.000 euros cada una. De acuerdo con los términos y condiciones del proceso de solicitud de subvención, la preferencia se seguirá dando a los juristas menores de 35 años.


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1º Seminario internacional de política laboral comparada

(Disponible solamente en Ingles)

Identificación de las principales cuestiones de política laboral en el mundo contemporáneo del trabajo – comunidades y diferencias

TOKIO, 27 – 29 MARZO DE 2017

El primer seminario internacional de política laboral comparada de la JILPT tendrá lugar en Tokio entre 27 a 29 de marzo de 2017. El tema es: Identificación de las principales cuestiones de política laboral en el mundo contemporáneo del trabajo – comunidades y diferencias. Se discutirán los siguientes temas: 1) Las características cambiantes de los sectores industriales, las organizaciones empresariales y las actividades empresariales; 2) Las características cambiantes de las relaciones de trabajo, las organizaciones de trabajo y los estilos de trabajo; 3) sus factores de fondo; tales como el progreso de la globalización, nuevas olas de TI, AI, IoT y los cambios demográficos; 4) Principales cuestiones de las políticas laborales derivadas de ellas; tales como abordar la creciente desigualdad social, redefinir la demarcación de la legislación laboral, reformar el mercado de trabajo, reconstruir el sistema de representación de los trabajadores y controlar a los trabajadores migrantes, etc. Póngase en contacto con el Instituto Japonés de Políticas y Formación Laboral para recibir más información sobre el evento.

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 https://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

Asian Conference on Globalization and Labor Administration

Cross-Border Labor Mobility, Social Security and Regional Integration

Manila, Philippines
November 19-21, 2014

The Asian Conference on Globalization and Labor Administration: Cross-Border Labor Mobility, Social Security and Regional Integration is collaboratively convened by the Philippine Chapter of the International Society for Labour and Social Security Law, the University of the Philippines School of Labor and Industrial Relations, and the International Labor Organization’s ASEAN Triangle Project.

The Conference intends to highlight the best practices in labor policies and laws in dealing with the challenges and risks brought about by increasing globalization and deepening regional integration. This theme is of critical importance to Asia particularly in the light of strengthened economic partnerships within the ASEAN+6 composed of the 10-member countries of the ASEAN region plus China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. The establishment of the ASEAN Community 2015 indicates a deepening ASEAN regional integration characterized by free flow of goods, capital, services and skilled labor. ASEAN has free trade agreements with China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand and negotiations are underway towards establishing the ASEAN+6 as a free trade area.

Conference Proceedings:


Conference Proceedings

List of Themes:

  1. Session A: International Social Security Law
  2. Session B: ASEAN Comparative Labor Laws and Industrial Relations
  3. Session C: ASEAN Country Reports
  4. Session D: East Asia Country Reports
  5. Session E: Portability of Social Security of Migrant Workers
  6. Session F: Role of Trade Unions in an Integrated ASEAN
  7. Session G: Labor Mobility and Portability of Skills Qualification

Conference Papers:

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