Friday, January 10, 2014

Global Labour University announces new Master programs

Global Labour University (GLU) network invites applicants with experience in labour and social movements to apply to Master programmes on sustainable development, social justice, international labour standards, multinational companies and trade unions, economic policies and global institutions.
The programs are developed on the basis of a collaborative work between universities and workers’ organizations across the globe and offer applicants a unique opportunity to engage effectively in social dialogue, public debate, and policy implementation.

Master programmes are offered in:
  • M.A.'Labour Policies and Globalisation' (University of Kassel & Berlin School of Economics and Law / Germany)
  • M.A.'Labour and Development, Economic Policy, Globalisation and Labour'(University of the Witwatersrand / South Africa)
  • M.A.'Social Economy and Labour' (University of Campinas / Brazil)
  • M.A.'Globalisation and Labour' (Tata Institute of Social Sciences / India)
The Global Labour University is a collaboration between the International Labour Organization (ILO), universities and trade unions and offers postgraduate programmes on labour policies, economics, workers’ rights, globalization and development to trade unionists around the world.
The final deadline for applications is 1 March 2014. A limited number of scholarships will be awarded to qualified applicants in need of financial support. For application and programmes’ details, please visit 

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