[P2P-F] Fwd: [Networkedlabour] Fwd: Critical Labour Studies symposium 2015 - programme

Michel Bauwens michel at p2pfoundation.net
Fri Jan 9 14:37:18 CET 2015

dear Kevin,

a potential announcement for our blog,

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Date: Fri, Jan 9, 2015 at 8:11 PM
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   1. 2014. From Coldwar Communism to the Global Justice Movement:
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   2. 2014. Interface Journal Special (Co-Editor), December 2014. 'Social
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   3. 2014. 'The Networked Internationalism of Labour's Others', in Jai Sen
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   for Other Worlds  (Part I).
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   a Global Labour Charter Movement (2005-Now!)
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From: Jane Holgate <j.holgate at leeds.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, Jan 9, 2015 at 5:51 AM
Subject: Critical Labour Studies symposium 2015 - programme
To: CRITICAL-LABOUR-STUDIES at jiscmail.ac.uk

Dear colleagues
Please find the attached programme for

*Critical Labour Studies *

*11^th Annual Symposium*

*28^th February - 1^st March 2014*

*Ruskin College, Ruskin Hall, Oxford, **OX3 9BZ*

I do hope that you will be able to attend.
Please circulate it to anyone you think may be interested.

*Critical Labour Studies*is now in its 11^th year and over that time we
have brought to bring together researchers and activists to discuss key
features of work and employment from a radical and labour-focused
perspective.  It has been successful in creating links between the
activities of trade unionists, activists, universities, and researchers,
allowing a broad and critical debate to emerge.

Through *Critical Labour Studies*we have developed an open working group
and discussion forum that engages with many of the challenges facing
researchers and trade unionists within the current environment of work and
employment and we have done this without institutional support or financial

However, we do need a little money to continue to exist – to pay for the
website and to hold our annual conferences and to be able to support
contributors to the conference who do not have institutional (or personal)
resources on which to draw.

As such we are asking *Critical Labour Studies*supporters to agree to an
annual membership and where possible to also consider making a donation.

If you wish *Critical Labour Studies* to continue holding its annual
symposium and acting as an important link between practitioners/activists
in the labour movement and academia then we would ask you to considered
making a contribution to ensure our continuing existence (details below -
and attached).


With best wishes

*To donate to Critical Labour Studies you can either make an annual
standing order or a monthly donation of £10, £20, £50 or £100 or an amount
of your choice.*

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Professor Jane Holgate
Professor of Work and Employment Relations

Work and Employment Relations Division
Leeds University Business School
31 Lyddon Terrace (room 2.05)
University of Leeds LS2 9JT

email: j.holgate at leeds.ac.uk
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