As discussed in-depth during the 2022 NETLEX conference, international human rights law may be deployed to address the cost-of-living crisis
The report outlines the extent to which ILO Member States have fulfilled their obligations under international labour standards’ obligations
The contributions in this celebratory volume highlight the diverse aspects of the CFA’s broad impact on respect for this fundamental right, based on careful
The International Lawyers Assisting Workers network (ILAW) launched its newest issue brief, Taken for a Ride 2: Accelerating Towards Justice.
The ILAW Network is pleased to present this report, Taken for a Ride: Litigating the Digital Platform Model
For the first time since its creation, a complaint has been presented by trade union organisations before the Single Entry Point (SEP) of the European Commis
P&O Ferries' illegal firing of seafarers without consultation is a serious violation of the ILO's principles concerning the freedom of association and co