16th Ilera (IIRA) World Congress, Philadelphia, USA , 2-5 July 2012
"16th Ilera (IIRA) World Congress, Philadelphia, USA , 2-5 July 2012"
Call for Papers16th ILERA (formerly IIRA) World Congress Philadelphia, USA
2-5 July 2012
We invite you to submit an abstract for consideration as a refereed paper to be presented at the World Congress in Philadelphia. Papers at the Congress will be presented in the following five tracks:
Track 1: Trans-national Movement of Labour & Growing Diversity in the Workforce
Track 2: Labour and Social Movements Responding to Globalization
Track 3: Emerging Orders of Production and Skill Development in a Global Economy
Track 4: Raising the Floor for Rights at Work in a Globalizing Economy
Track 5: Income and Employment through the Life Course Deadline for submission.
For a description of each track, with examples of themes covered by that topic, go to
Submission of the abstract is done online, in Word.
Maximum length of abstract is 1000 words.
Deadline for submission is 17 June 2011.
For further information, see www.ilera2012.com
Geneva, 15 February 2011
"Extension of deadline - 7th Ilera (IIRA) Regional Congress for the Americas, Sao Paolo, Brazil, 22-25 August 2011"
Extension of Deadline7th ILERA Regional Congress of the Americas5th
Brazilian Conference of Labor and Employment Relations
Work in the Americas: Challenges and Opportunities
Sao Paulo, Brazil - August 22-25, 2011Pre Congress visits - August 21
(plants nearby Sao Paulo)
Post Congress visits - August 26 (Rio de Janeiro or Salvador)
Deadline for submission of abstracts: March 15th, 2011
Abstract size: up to 1,000 words, in Word format.
Selected abstracts will be announced by March 31st 2011
Complete articles to be sent by May 30th 2011 through webpage
Choose among the four tracks:
Track 1: Informal work, contingent work, and other forms ofnon-regular work
Track 2: Technological frontiers of theEconomy and labor relations
Track 3: New actors and new flowsin international trade and labor relations
Track 4: Labor andemployment relations system ? the role of social actors
and ofsocial dialogue in labor market regulation
See directions atwww.irca2011.com.br
Geneva, 15 Feruary 2011