Labour Law links

Labour Law Research Network Inaugural Conference 

The first inaugural LLRN conference took place in Barcelona, June 13-15, 2013. The Labour Law and Development Research Laboratory is a founding member and contibuted to organizing and and financing the initiative. 

Centre de recherche interuniversitaire sur la mondialisation et le travail (CRIMT)

The Inter-University Research Centre on Globalization and Work (CRIMT or le Centre de recherche interuniversitaire sur la mondialisation et le travail) is a Canadian-based inter-university research centre on the theoretical and practical challenges of institutional renewal for work and employment in a global era.

Institute for the Study of International Development (ISID)

Research at the CDAS is intended to contribute directly to understanding the foundations of democratic governance. To an unprecedented degree, achieving democratic governance where it does not exist and improving its quality where it does have become dominant goals at all levels, from the local to the global. Yet it is not clear whether there is just one form of democratic rule, or if there is not, what qualities all democracies must share. For many new democracies, there is also a growing concern over the apparent inability of elected governments to effectively respond to citizens' most urgent needs. However valued democracy may be in the abstract, the perceived ineffectiveness of actual democratic governments threatens to lead people to question its relevance to the most pressing issues of the day. This larger question, in turn, will be approached in terms of three distinct axes or research clusters.

Institute for Health and Social Policy - Research for Global Solutions

The McGill Institute for Health and Social Policy is a multidisciplinary research institute that studies the impact of social conditions on health and leads programs to translate research into effective policy to improve those conditions worldwide.

Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism

The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism is a focal point for innovative legal and interdisciplinary research, dialogue, and outreach on human rights and legal pluralism. The Centre's mission is to provide students, professors and the larger community with a locus of intellectual and physical resources for engaging critically with how law impacts upon some of the most compelling social problems of our modern era.

The Institute of Development and Labour Law

One of the major objectives of the Institute is to disseminate research on development and labour. To this end it produces and collaborates in the production of various publications. It is a co-publisher of the Industrial Law Journal (which incorporates the Industrial Law Reports), the Labour Court Digest and the Southern African Labour Legislation: Commentaries and Selected Statutes. The Institute publishes the Development and Labour Monograph Series (formerly Southern African Labour Monographs). This is an interdisciplinary forum designed to encourage scholarship and debate on development and labour issues. Over a dozen titles have been published in the series. It also publishes occasional papers highlighting ongoing research, and theme books and reports.

Globalization and Labor Standards Bibliographic Library

The GALS Bibliographic Library contains abstracts of recent law journal articles exploring international labor standards and rights in the global economy. Taken from English language law journals from around the world, GALS provides an annotated bibliography categorized by subject heading. Current subject headings include: Codes of Conduct, Child Labor, NAFTA, WTO, Alien Tort Claims Act, ILO, European Union, Forced Labor, Trade Conditionalty, Women's Rights, etc.

Institut international d'études sociales (IIES)

The International Institute for Labour Studies (IILS) was established by the International Labour Organization in 1960 as a centre for advanced studies in the social and labour fields. It produces the annual "World of Work Report". The International Labour Review, a global multidisciplinary journal of labour and social policies, is also published under the aegis of the IILS.

Global Labour Institute (GLI)

The Global Labour Institute is a labour service organisation established in 1997 in Geneva, Switzerland.

Its purpose is to support the efforts of the labour movement to deal with the globalization of the world economy and its social and political consequences and, to this end, to strengthen links and networks between trade unions and other civil society organizations with similar or converging interests, particularly in the defense of human and democratic rights and social justice in all its aspects.

It is chaired by Dan Gallin, former general secretary of the IUF (the international federation of food, agriculture, hotel and catering and tobacco workers' unions).

Hans and Tamar Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law

The Oppenheimer Chair, endowed in 2006, has been created through the generous support of Dr Tamar Oppenheimer, a former Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations and an alumnus of our university, in order to bring a leading scholar and teacher in the field of public international law to the Faculty.

The purpose of the Chair is to reinforce a Canadian locus for the study and research of international law, with particular attention to the relationship between international legal obligations and domestic law.

International Institute for Environment and Development

Provocations Series :Initiated by the IIED/Hivos Knowledge Programme, Small Producer Agency in the Globalised Market, the ‘provocations’ series challenge conventional wisdom on how to include smallholders in markets and bring fresh perspectives to discussion on what works and why.

Business and Human Rights Resource Centre

The Business and Human Rights Resource Centre reports on the social and environmental impacts of over 5000 companies operating in over 180 countries. The website is updated hourly with news and reports about companies’ human rights impacts worldwide – positive and negative. International human rights standards serve as a starting point in the coverage of topics such as discrimination, environment, poverty and development, labour, access to medicines, health and safety, security and trade.

Institute for Research on Labour and Employment (IRLE) Library, University of California, Berkeley

The IRLE Library collects information in multiple disciplines and formats about employment and workplace issues. Particular strengths of the collection are labor history, labor and culture, labor and the arts, labor relations, organization studies, international labor issues, trade unionism and collective bargaining.

International Organization for Migration, Migration Law Database

A compilation of instruments regulating migration at the international, regional and national levels.

Mapping Migration from the Americas

The Mapping Migration from the Americas Project provides information about the spatial distribution of foreign workers in Canada from Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region, allowing users to analyze the relationship between migration flows and development impacts.

African Human Rights Law Journal

Based out of the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, the African Human Rights Journal publishes work dealing with human rights related topics of relevance to Africa, Africans and scholars of Africa.