Labour
Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 13th 11.15 - 12.45 Room 3.23

1A.   Tonia Novitz, ( Bristol)
       
'The Place of Domestic Work Within the European Employment Strategy and EU Social Policy'.
1B.   Mark Bell, (Leicester)
         Red Tape or Rehabilitation? Sickness and the Duty to Make Reasonable Adjustments

Session 2: September 13th 13.45 - 15.15 Room 3.23

2A.  Nicole Busby, (Strathclyde), Morag McDermont, (Bristol)
        Vulnerable workers and employment disputes: the role of advice agencies.
2B.  Ania Zybszweska, (University of Victoria)
       Towards a More Holistic Vision of Working Time?

Session 3 September 14th 09.30 - 11.00 Room 3.23

3A.   Nicola Contouris (UCL)
         Labour Law and the Rise of the Consumer - From the ‘Binary Divide' to the ‘New False Quadrilemma'.
3B.   Virginia Mantouvalou, (UCL)
         The Right to Work.

 

Session 4 September 14th 11.30 - 13.00 Room 3.23

4A.   Oxana Golynker, (Leicester)
         The family friendly reform of employment law: an overstretched flexibility.
4B.   Calogero Massimo Cammalleri, (University of Palermo)
         Flexicurity as a measuring leakage protection of workers: between "social pollution" and "total security".
4C.   Supriyo Routh, (WB National University of Juridical Sciences, India)   
         Labour Law for Informal Economic Activities: Proposal for a Labour Law Framework in Indian Context

 

Abstracts

Flexicurity as a measuring leakage protection of workers: between "social pollution" and "total security". by Calogero Massimo Cammalleri.
Do Irregular Migrants Have a Right to Work? by Virginia Mantouvalou.
Labour Law for Informal Economic Activities: Proposal for a Labour Law Framework in Indian Context by Supriya Routh.
Red Tape or Rehabilitation? Sickness Absence and the Duty to Make Reasonable Adjustments by Mark Bell.
The place of domestic work within the European Employment Strategy and EU social policy: by Tonia Novitz.

Papers

Flexicurity as a measuring leakage protection of workers: between "social pollution" and "total security". by Calogero Massimo Cammalleri.

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