In part 2 of this two-part blog, we consider divides constructed between the permanent/temporary and the skilled/unskilled in relation to worker rights.
On the first anniversary of the ILO’s adoption of C190, we are now grappling with seismic shocks to economic security and public health due to COVID-19.
Leaving the EU means our rights at work will now be shaped by the UK government, and that means they will become a key area of political contest
Ethical standards governing labour in supply chains are increasingly common in the global South. How do they differ from previous generations of standards?
Social media, the power of reputational damage and effective communications are powerful tools for trade union organising Across Europe trade […]
Political and economic education is pitiful, and via political parties, the education system and trade unions, it desperately needs to […]
A new mini-series of blogs, published by SPERI and openDemocracy, will present new ideas for how unions can organise and […]
‘Tackling Insecure Work: political actions from around the world’ a new report by SPERI for the GMB trade union has […]
New research by the TUC to understand the lives of Britain’s young workers will help improve work and give them […]
Learning from the history of women’s work can help to overcome discrimination and improve working conditions in the gig economy […]