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LLRN Summer Seminar 2 - The Proposal for a Transnational Labour Inspectorate’
This seminar will consider proposals made in a recent article, ‘Harnessing Public Institutions for Labour Law Enforcement: Embedding a Transnational Labour Inspectorate within the ILO’ which is available (on open access) at: - https://brill.com/view/journals/iolr/17/1/article-p233_233.xml

The authors are:

Antonio Garcia-Muñoz Alhambra, post-doctoral researcher at the University of Luxembourg, antonio.garcia@uni.lu

Beryl ter Haar, Assistant Professor and academic coordinator for the Adv LL.M Global and European Labour Law at Leiden University, the Netherlands & Visiting Professor at the University of Warsaw, Poland, b.p.ter.haar@law.leidenuniv.nl
and

Attila Kun, Professor and Head of Department (Department of Labour Law and Social Security), Károli Gáspár University, (KRE) Faculty of Law, Budapest, Hungary & Associate Professor, National University of Public Service (NKE), Faculty of Political Sciences and Public Administration, Institute of Human Resources, Budapest, Hungary, kun.attila@kre.hu

The discussants are:

Franz Christian Ebert, Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law

John Howe, Director, Melbourne School of Government and Professor in Law at the University of Melbourne

Thiago Laporte, Labour inspector at the Ministry of Economy (former Ministry of Labour) and currently the head of labour inspectorate at the Regional Office of Labour in Sergipe, his home state.

Shelley Marshall, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia – and author of Living wage: Regulatory solutions to informal and precarious work in global supply chains (Oxford University Press, 2019)

moderator: Tonia Novitz, Professor of Labour Law, University of Bristol Centre for Law at Work, tonia.novitz@bristol.ac.uk (chair, LLRN steering committee)

The seminar will take a total of 90 minutes - we hope that you can join us.
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