Featuring a public lecture by Professor Ruth Milkman (CUNY), and contributions from other leading international experts including Professors Jill Rubery (University of Manchester), Asa Lundqvist (Lund University), Christine Williams (University of Texas at Austin), this symposium will examine how employment rights and rewards are being redistributed and reflect on the most appropriate systems of social support to protect against emerging risks.
 
The symposium will be launched by the Queensland Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations, the Honourable Grace Grace. It is sponsored by the Schools of Political Science and International Studies and Social Science at the University of Queensland and the Work/Industry Futures Research Program at Queensland University of Technology, with support also from the Queensland Government's Office of Industrial Relations.

 

Date: 19 - 20 June 2018
 
Time and venue:
Day 1 - 1.30pm - 6.00pm (followed by networking reception 6.15pm - 7.15pm) Qld Office of Industrial Relations, 1 William Street, Level 41, Multifunction Room 1
Day 2 - 9.15am - 4.30pm, The University of Queensland, GPN3 Building, Room 208, St Lucia Campus
     
Ticket Information:
Registration for day 1 is free 
Registration for day 2 is $30.00
If you are a full-time post graduate student registration for day 2 is free
 
RSVP: 12 June 2018

Further information on the program and a link to book tickets can be found here:

https://social-science.uq.edu.au/event/2604/symposium-new-social-inequalities-and-future-work

Symposium: New Social Inequalities and the Future of Work

Tue 19 Jun 2018 1:30pmWed 20 Jun 2018 4:30pm