Labour Law, Social Justice, International Labour Organization, Globalization, Employment, Francis Maupain
In this book, leading international thinkers take up the demanding challenge to rethink our understanding of social justice at work and our means for achieving it – at a time when global forces are tearing the familiar fabric of our working lives and the laws regulating them. When fabric is torn we can see deeply into it, understand its structural weaknesses, and imagine alterations in the name of resilience and sustainability. Seizing that opportunity, the authoritative commentators examine the lessons revealed by the pandemic and other global shocks for our ideas about justice at work, and how to advance that cause in the world as we now find it.
The chapters deliver critical re-assessments of our goals, explore our new challenges, and creatively re-imagine trajectories for progress on two global fronts - via international institutions and by a myriad of other transnational techniques.
These forward-looking essays are in honour of Francis Maupain, whose international career and scholarly writing are inspiring models for those who, in a changing world, seize opportunities for creativity in the pursuit of global justice at work.
Liam McHugh-Russell, "After 'Subsistence Work': Labour Commodification and Social Justice in the Household Workplace" in Brian Langille & Anne Trebilcock, eds, Social Justice and the World of Work: Possible Global Futures (Oxford: Hart, 2023) 337.