International Labour Organisation

In partnership with academics from the School of Law, the International Labour Organisation is providing its first training course on international labour standards and precarious workers (22-26 November 2010). This event will be held at the ILO International Training Centre in Turin, examining topics such as fixed-term and part-time work; home work; agency work; and disguised employment relationships. The ILO training courses are typically aimed at officials from Labour Ministries and trade unionists, often from the developing world.

In a second piece of work, Virginia Mantouvalou was commissioned to produce a research report for the International Labour Organisation on 'Labour Inspection Sanctions and Remedies in the United Kingdom'. The report, part of a major international study, will be presented at a conference with experts from different jurisdictions in Venice in December 2010. In 2011 it will be published in a collection edited by the International Labour Organisation.

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