Resources

Conference and Seminar Papers

Following each of our events, speakers’ papers and presentations can be downloaded from our website. So, even if you miss our event you can still get a flavour of the discussion.

Conference and seminar Papers are available to download in three easy steps:

  • Click on the topic you are interested in on the left-hand menu.
  • Select the appropriate conference or seminar.
  • Click on the name of the speaker whose paper you want to download.

The most recent conferences and seminars in each subject are at the top of the list.

Fact News: Demystifying Employment Law

VIDEO SERIES: Alex Just analyses the Party Manifestos

 

Click here to view the playlist on YouTube

Welcome to the Institute of Employment Rights' Fact News Hub

Workers' rights have become a major political battleground for the 2017 Snap Election and we will be taking a detailed look behind the proposals in each Manifesto to analyse the facts, the history and context of each proposal, as well as make recommendations for the strengthening of workers' rights.

In the weeks leading up to the election, we will update you with videos, articles, briefings and expert analysis.

Keep your eye on our Fact News hub by following us on Twitter, liking us on Facebook, and signing up for our newsletter by submitting your email address into the box at the top left of this page.

Consultation Responses

Responses submitted to government consultations have been published online and are available in the following areas:

Health and Safety
Employment Law
Employment Rights
Equality
Trade Unions
EU Law

Resources

News Briefs

Conference Papers

Conference Audio Recordings

Consultation Calendar

 

Consultation Responses

Briefings

Trade Union Rights: A Short Story

Chronology of Labour Law 1979-2017

Coalition Timeline

Submission to the House of Commons Regulatory Reform Committee Inquiry into the Government Deregulation Agenda

19 April 2018

Professors Steve Tombs, David Whyte, David Walters and Phil James respond, on behalf of the Institute of Employment Rights, to the Regulatory Reform Committee's inquiry into the government's deregulation agenda.

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