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Volume 4: Trade Policy Implications and the Right to Labour

 

Number 1 Labour and Human Rights in China and Canada

Guest Editors: Lorne Foster & Lesley A. Jacobs

The papers in this number are the products of the first Canada-China Forum on Industrial Relations and Labour Employment that was held on May 6 and 7, 2011, at the Beijing Conference Center, China, No 88, Laiguangying Westroad, Chaoyang District, Beijing. The purpose of the Canada-China Forum was to establish the framework for a joint global public policy network on industrial relations and employment standards, and continued collaboration and best practices dialogue among Canadian universities, governments, business, union, and NGO communities and their Chinese counterparts in the years and decades ahead.

Refer to the Table of Contents for the full list of contributions in this number.

Number 2 Labour Rights

The challenges that emerge from the intersection between trade policy and labour rights have prompted interesting research avenues. Number 2 of the Labour Volume in this series presents working papers that address topics from labour policies, precarious work, environmental provisions, and legal culture of migrant workers to cross-border labour programs and side labour agreements, among others.

Refer to the Table of Contents for the full list of contributions in this number.

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