Trade Unions and Economic Inequality

10 March 2015, 6.00 PM - 10 March 2015, 7.00 PM

UCL Laws, Bentham House, Endsleigh Gardens, London WC1H 0EG

Following publication of their CLASS/Institute of Employment Rights publication, Trade Unions and Economic Inequality (2014), Dr Lydia Hayes (Cardiff) and Professor Tonia Novitz (Bristol) will be speaking to students and members of the public at UCL. This panel discussion will be chaired by Professor Keith Ewing (King's College London and President of the Institute of Employment Rights).

The two speakers will detail some of the economic and social achievements of trade unions, and reflect on the key regulatory reforms necessary to renew their ability to address inequalities. This panel discussion is part of a series on ‘Tackling Inequalities through Labour and Social Regulation’ organised by the UCL Labour Rights Institute and The Institute of Employment Rights, and is supported by the UCL European Institute.

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