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XXIII Congreso Mundial de la SIDTSS
Lima, 7-10 de septiembre de 2021
«Retos de los sistemas de legislación laboral y seguridad social»
(al momentdisponible solamente en inglés)



  Early Bird Registration by May 31st, 2021 Standard Registration from June 1st to  September 03th, 2021


US$ 150 US$ 180
Law students up to 30 years old* US$ 60 US$ 80


Payments can be made through the congress website by credit card (the payment platform is secured by PayPal) or by wire transfer (please note that any Bank fees must be assumed by the participant).

As general rule, Early Bird registration must be completed with full payment by May 31st, 2021, otherwise the standard fee will apply. Early Bird rate will be available for groups of ten (10) or more people until July 31st, but can be paid only by wire transfer**.

Registration fees include: access to all sessions, Congress program and official documentation.

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Information and Registration:



  • Abstracts must be submitted until March 31st, 2021.
  • The approval of submitted abstracts will be informed on or before April 30th, 2021.
  • Full papers must be submitted until July 15th, 2021.
  • The approval of submitted papers will be informed on or before August 15th, 2021.


(Lima Time GMT-5)

Tuesday September 7th, 2021

09:00 – 11:00
Executive Committee Meeting

 09:00 – 11:00
Young Scholars’ Section Meeting

 09:00 – 11:00
International Association of Labour Law Journals (IALLJ) Private Meeting 

Wednesday September 08th, 2021

08:00 – 08:45
Opening Ceremony

09:00 – 10:00

Plenary Session: Transformation of Work: Challenges to Labour Law
Coordinated by: Alberto Pizzoferrato (Italy) and Sergio Torres Teixera (Brazil).

10:00 – 10:15: BREAK

10:15 – 11:15

Plenary Session – Global Trade and Work
Coordinated by: Wilfredo Sanguineti Raymond (Peru) and Marley Weiss (USA)

 11:15 – 12:00 BREAK

12:00 – 14:00
Simultaneous Sessions: presentation of papers.


Thursday September 09th, 2021

08:00 – 09:00

Plenary Session: New forms of social security.
Coordinated by: Kurt Paerli (Switzerland) and Masaiko Iwamura (Japan).


09:00 – 09:15 BREAK

09:15 – 10:15

Plenary Session: Migrant Workers.
Coordinated by: Petra Herzfeld-Olsson (Sweden) and Helga Spadina (Croatia).

10:15 – 10:30 BREAK

10:30 – 11:30

Plenary Session: Non-Standard and Informal Workers.
Coordinated by: Pamihidzai Bamu (Zimbabwe) and Roberto Fragale (Brazil)

11:30 – 12:00 BREAK

12:00 – 14:00
Simultaneous Sessions: presentation of papers.

Friday September 10th, 2021

 08:00 – 09:00

Plenary Session: Equality at Work. 
Coordinated by: Monika Schlachter (Germany) and Maria Luisa Molero Marañon (Spain)

09:00 – 09:15 BREAK 

09:15 – 10:15

Plenary Session: The State and New Forms of Collective Voice.
Coordinated by: Tomas H. Natividad Sanchez (Mexico) and Bernd Waas (Germany).

10:15 – 11:00 BREAK 

11:00- 13:00
Simultaneous Sessions: presentation of papers.

13:00 – 14:00
General Assembly of the ISLSSL and Closing remarks.


In September 2015, President Tiziano Treu proposed a new initiative, which the Executive Committee endorsed; namely, the establishment of seven international research (or study) groups as a means for promoting collaborative research focused on a specific topic. The idea was that these research groups would work over the period of two years, and would report at the next world congress. Professor Treu’s initiative was a great success. The reports of the research groups were presented at the plenary sessions of the XXII ISLSSL World Congress in Turin and engendered significant interest in engagement. In addition, many individuals presented papers connected to these seven themes throughout the Congress. This proved a more dynamic approach than the traditional approach of having topics selected, and rapporteurs appointed who would prepare national reports on the topic and then present a summary and analysis at the world congress.

Today, with so much information available online, there is no longer a need for national reports. In contrast, the formation of international research groups provides the opportunity for many of our members to contribute to ongoing dialogue and debate on a given topic, and it permits the theme coordinators to draw on this to produce a report that identifies issues, trends and policy options. The web and new online platforms for group work will help us in organizing our work and in exchanging information and papers.

Encouraged by the success of this research group approach, our President, Janice Bellace, has proposed that we follow it once again in the period leading to the XXIII ISLSSL World Congress in Lima in 2021. The seven international research (or study) groups for the XXIII ISLSSL World Congress are as follows:

  • Transformation of Work: Challenges to Labour Law
  • Global Trade and Work
  • New challenges of social security
  • Migrant Workers
  • Non-Standard and Informal Workers
  • Equality at Work
  • The State and New Forms of Collective Voice

The proposals for lectures must refer to one of the topics addressed by the research groups.


Authors should submit a proposal that develops one of the topics of the World Congress which abstract shall have a maximum length of 500 words. All proposals must be in English, Spanish or French and will be subject to a refereeing process.

Proposals will be received by e-mail to The document must be accompanied with a brief resumé of the author(s), as well as contact details, country and the organization they belong to, if applicable. Decisions will be communicated.

Authors of accepted abstracts must register for the Congress to be entitled to present their full papers.


  1. Any paper must correspond to a complete and original work not previously published, with up to 15 pages. Mere abstracts are not accepted.
  2. Papers must be submitted by e-mail to
  3. Papers must be submitted according to the following formal rules or will otherwise be immediately rejected:
  4. Adobe Acrobat PDF format, font Arial, size 11 (9 for footer notes), single space.
  5. Text in English, Spanish or French languages.
  6. The first footnote must detail the academic or professional title of the author(s) and the organization they belong to, if applicable.
  7. The abstract is limited to ten lines and must be in the English language. Three keywords are mandatory.
  8. Citation rules: Author(s), Name of Book, edition (except in case of first editions), year published, page(s); or Author(s), “Name of Article”, Name of Collective Work or Magazine, volume or number (if applicable), year published and pages.
  9. A brief resumé of the author(s), not exceeding six lines for each, must be included at the end of the paper.
  10. The paper, including the resumé(s) mentioned above, may not exceed 15 pages.
  11. Papers submitted according to the formal rules set forth above shall be subject to review by the Congress Organizing Committee.
  12. The approval of submitted papers will be informed. In the absence of any such information, the submitted paper will be deemed not approved for publication.
  13. Authors of accepted papers may or may not be invited by the Organization Committee to present them at the Congress.
  14. By submitting their paper, the authors declare, on their word of honor that the text submitted corresponds to an original work and has not been ever published before.



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