Webinar on The Future of Work (2020 to 2030) by GNLU [Mar 24; 4:30 PM]: Register Now!

The Future of Work (2020-2030) webinar by gnlu

GNLU in collaboration with Tel Aviv University is organizing a lecture on The future of work (2020 to 2030 ) on 24th March 2021, Wednesday at 4.30 PM.

About GNLU

Established in 2015, the GNLU Centre for Law and Society is a venture of the Gujarat National Law University.

The GNLU Centre for Law and Society is the focal point for socio-legal research at Gujarat National Law University that facilitates interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research, study, and teaching of law and society, and law and legal institutions. The Centre encourages multidisciplinary perspectives to inform analysis and debate on socio-legal issues, thereby providing the richest and most comprehensive approach to research and policy-making.

The foundation of the GNLU Centre for Law and Society is a set of members whose research interests are focused on an interdisciplinary study of the Law and Society. The expertise includes an examination of and inquiry into law-related issues from the perspectives of a broad range of disciplines, such as anthropology, communication, critical gender studies, economics, environmental studies, ethnic studies, history, linguistics, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology, and urban studies and planning.

About the Webinar

GNLU is organizing a lecture on The future of work (2020 to 2030 ) on 24th March 2021, Wednesday at 4.30 PM. This webinar is being organized in collaboration with Tel Aviv University, a public university in Tel Aviv, Israel.

The Resource person of the Lecture is Prof. Guy Mundlak.

About the Resource Person

Prof. Guy Mundlak is an expert in Labor law. His research deals with the impact of law on the labor market and the welfare state. More particularly his works centres on the following themes:

The relationship between labor law and industrial relations; The internalization of employment standards in economic enterprises and the role of human resource professionals in this process; Constitutional social rights in general, and on the rights to social security and work in particular; The effects of globalization on labor markets, the efficacy of international instruments in responding to the regulatory deficit, looking at both the movement of capital and labor.

Check out his profile, here.

How to Register?

To register for the webinar, click on the link given at the end of this post.

General Details

  • Date: March 24th, 2021 (Wednesday)
  • Time: 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
  • Mode: Online

 

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