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Workers' Rights in a Global Economy

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What are global workers’ rights? Are safe working conditions and living wages only a dream? Which institutions and instruments can be used to realize them? Join this course to explore these questions from an interdisciplinary and multi-level perspective.

  • Instructor(s) Tandiwe Gross
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  • Start Date 01/Jun/2015
  • Duration 6 weeks
  • Main Language English
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  • NickWood
    Nick Enrolled Jul 12 2015
    Workers’ Rights in a Global Economy – excellent course! My sincere thanks to the ILO, iversity, Prof. Stefanie Lorenzen and the other instructors, and the participants of the “Workers’ Rights in a Global Economy” course. It’s been a great learning experience.

    This was my first online course and it was hard work but very rewarding. I started knowing very little about the issues addressed, but I feel I’ve learned a lot in just six weeks. It’s been difficult to keep up with all the reading, but the course structure has been easy to follow, the web interface is user-friendly, and the video presentations provided excellent introductions to each module, with useful questions to test understanding.

    Many thanks, team!