International Lawyers Assisting Workers Network
c/o Solidarity Center
1130 Connecticut Ave, NW 8th Floor
Washington DC, 20036
The ILAW Network is excited to be publishing a new law journal – the Global Labour Rights Reporter. The journal intends to be a forum primarily for labour and employment law practitioners globally, including ILAW Network members, to grapple with the legal and practical issues that directly affect workers and their organizations today. We see the strength of the journal being its comparative approach, given the worldwide composition of ILAW’s membership. Each issue of the journal will be organized thematically and will highlight notable cases and judicial opinions, trends in the regulation of labour, and analytical pieces which help to envision how practitioners can expand the protection of law, enhance accountability and obtain full and effective remedies. We intend for the journal to be published bi-annually, summer and winter, with the possibility of additional articles or contributions being posted on the journal’s website between issues.
The Global Labour Rights Reporter is available for download in English, español, and français.
View our virtual launch event that was held on February 2, 2021.
ACCESS TO LABOUR JUSTICE
WORKER-ENFORCEABLE SUPPLIER CODES OF CONDUCT AS A TOOL FOR ACCESS TO JUSTICE IN GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS
BETTINA BRAUN, AVERY KELLY & CHARITY RYERSON
ACCESS TO JUSTICE IN LABOUR RELATIONS IN GEORGIA
RAISA LIPARTELIANI & TAMAR GABISONIA
ACCESS TO LABOUR JUSTICE AND PROCEDURAL BARRIERS IN COMMENCEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS: A PARADIGM SHIFT IN ZIMBABWEAN COURT PRACTICE OR A JUDICIAL MIRAGE?
EFFECTIVE JUDICIAL PROTECTION AND THE RIGHTS OF WORKING PEOPLE UNDER COVID-19: A VIEW FROM COLLECTIVE LAW
MIGUEL ANGEL GARRIDO PALACIOS
THE RIGHT TO FAIR AND SATISFACTORY WORKING CONDITIONS: RISK PREVENTION AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE
MARÍA PAULA LOZANO & MATÍAS CREMONTE
AUSTRALIA’S UNIQUE AWARD SYSTEM HAS BEEN TESTED BY THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: IT HAS BEEN SHOWN TO BE READILY ADAPTABLE TO PROTECT EMPLOYER INTERESTS BUT LESS EFFECTIVE AT PROACTIVELY PROTECTING EMPLOYEES
COVID-19 & NEOLIBERALISM: IMPACTS ON LABOUR JUSTICE IN BRAZIL
PEDRO DANIEL BLANCO ALVES & MAXIMILIANO NAGL GARCEZ
THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE WHISTLE-BLOWER PROTECTION IN POLAND
LABOUR INSPECTION: MORE THAN AN EXERCISE IN ETHICS
SAMANTHA RAMSAY & BERYL TER HAAR
PRIVATE EQUITY, HUMAN RIGHTS DUE DILIGENCE, AND GLOBAL LABOUR RIGHTS: THE CASE OF “HOTEL CALIFORNIA”
JEREMY BLASI & SAMIR SONTI
UNIONS USE THE OECD GUIDELINES TO CHALLENGE GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE AND HARASSMENT IN THE GLOBAL OPERATIONS OF MCDONALD’S CORP
MARY JOYCE CARLSON