The Global Labour Research Centre (GLRC), based in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, engages in the study of work, employment and labour in the context of a constantly changing global economy. The Centre’s work is organized around four major themes:
- The impact of the changing nature of work and employment on labour rights
- The interrelationships between migration, citizenship and work
- Gender relations at work and in labour movements
- The revitalization of workers’ movements
The GLRC acts as hub for pan-university research collaboration on global labour, and promotes research that engages with a wide range of labour and community partners.
The Closing the Employment Standards Enforcement Gap project based at York University has just released a new report titled An Agenda for Change. Click here to access the report.
More information about the Closing the Employment Standards Enforcement Gap project can be found here: http://closeesgap.ca/
The GLRC will be hosting our third annual International Graduate Student Symposium this fall. See the Call for Proposals here.
Check out our newest publication – Know Your Rights: Health and Safety at Work
The Dialectics of Liberation in the Era of Neoliberalism – International Herbert Marcuse Society Seventh Biennial Conference, Oct. 26-28, 2017, York University.