Keith Ewing

Tory plans to restrict the right to strike have been widely condemned

22 January 2015

By Professor Keith Ewing and John Hendy QC

Plans to place extreme restrictions on the right to strike are not consistent with international legal standards, write Keith Ewing and John Hendy

Pensions dispute: Bullying tactics violate workers' human rights

11 November 2014

By Professor Alan Bogg, University of Oxford and Professor K D Ewing, King’s College London.

How should workers respond to bullying and intimidation tactics used by employers during industrial action disputes? Two leading academics consider the current dispute in the university sector.

Collective Bargaining is key

4 September 2014

By Professor Keith Ewing and John Hendy QC

Economic justice is a prerequisite to social wellbeing

28 August 2014

By Professor Keith Ewing and John Hendy QC

A new pamphlet charts, with great clarity, the path to greater economic equality, write Keith Ewing and John Hendy

Australian Gagging Law thrown out by High Court

07 January 2014

By Tim Ayres, General Secretary, Australian Manufacturing Workers Union

and Keith Ewing, Institute of Employment Rights

IER welcomes proposed compensation scheme for blacklisted workers; but this is not even the beginning of the end

11 October 2013

The Institute of Employment Rights (IER) welcomes the news that eight major construction firms involved in the blacklisting scandal have admitted wrong and proposed a joint compensation scheme for those who lost their livelihoods through the abhorrent practice. But President of the IER Professor Keith Ewing has warned that this does not mark the end of the blacklisting scandal.

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