Book Launch | The ILO @ 100: Addressing the Past and Future of Work and Social Protection – Geneva
Book Launch of the Special issue : Gironde, Christophe and Gilles Carbonnier (eds.) (2019) The ILO @ 100, International Development Policy series No.11 (Geneva, Boston: Graduate Institute Publications, Brill-Nijhoff).
24 September 2019, 12:15 – 14:00, Auditorium A2, Maison de la paix, Geneva
Thank you to everyone who presented and came out to our event today ! If you weren’t able to attend in person, the videos of each session can be watched on our Facebook page (facebook.com/DevPolJournal).
• Introduction by Christophe Gironde, co-Editor of this Special Issue
• Velibor Jakovleski, Head of Research at the Global Governance Centre at the Graduate Institute of Geneva, co-author of Chapter 5: “The ILO’s Role in Global Governance: Limits and Potentials”
• Critical commentary by Gerry Rogers, former director of the ILO International Institute for Labour Studies (IILS)
• Christine Verschuur, retired Senior Lecturer at the Graduate Institute, author of Chapter 8: “From the Centre to the Margins and Back Again: Women in Agriculture at the ILO”
• Critical commentary by Mariangels Fortuny, Head of Forestry, Agriculture, Construction and Tourism Unit (FACT) at the ILO
• Karl Hanson, Deputy Director of the University of Geneva’s Centre for Children’s Rights Studies, co-author of Chapter 7: “The ILO’s Shifts in Child Labour Policy: Regulation and Abolition”
• Critical commentary by Thomas Wissing, Head of Advocacy and Partnerships Unit at the ILO / Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Branch