Human Rights

Employment Law Update 2018: London

10/10/2018 09:30
Europe/London

Wednesday 10 October 2018

A one-day conference
Thompsons Solicitors, Holborn, London

Sold out

At this popular annual conference, leading lawyers, academics and trade unionists will discuss how employment law has developed over the year so far, how it can be expected to change in the future, and how workers can best be protected.

Future of Labour Law: progressive rights under a progressive government - London

14/06/2018 09:30
Europe/London

Thursday 14 June 2018

A one day conference
Unite the Union, London

Sponsored by Morrish Solicitors

Since it was published in 2016, our team of experts has continued working on the Manifesto for Labour Law project, preparing our recommendations for their translation into draft legislation. At this conference, key authors from our Manifesto team will guide delegates through our proposed reforms, the evidence behind them, and the benefits for workers, employers and the economy of reform.

Racism at work: Liverpool

Thursday 8 March 2018

A one-day conference
Unite the Union, Liverpool

Racism in the workplace sadly continues to be a daily issue for millions of people. Data from as recently as 2015 shows that nearly a third of employees have either witnessed or experienced racism at work, whether from managers, colleagues, customers or suppliers – a stark reminder of the need for robust protections in the law.

Migration after Brexit: the challenge for labour standards 2017

15/03/2017 09:30
Europe/London

Wednesday 15 March 2017

A one-day conference
Unite the Union, Theobald’s Road, London WC1X 8TN

Employment Law Update 2016: London

09/11/2016 09:30
Europe/London

Wednesday 09 November 2016

A one-day conference
Diskus Room, Unite the Union, Theobald's Road, London, WC1X 8TN

Human Rights vs. Bill of Rights: What's in it for workers?: Liverpool

19/05/2016 09:30
Europe/London

Thursday 19 May 2016

A one-day conference
Conference Suite, NW Unite the Union, Liverpool

In 2014 the Conservatives announced they would scrap the Human Rights Act, withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights and introduce a new British Bill of Rights. More recently, Government chatter has focused on upgrading the Supreme Court into a “constitutional court” empowered to overrule EU laws, thereby ‘repatriating ’ rights back to the UK.

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