Hey, you, got something to say?

So, you want better jobs, green jobs, decent jobs and you’ve got a good idea how to get them? Then tell us about it. The Global Union Research Network (GURN) has launching a call for papers, jointly with the global union confederation ITUC. The network wants to receive papers on four themes:

  • Social consequences of climate change adaptation and mitigation measures;
  • “Just Transition” towards a low carbon economy;
  • Investment in decent green jobs; and
  • Change in production patterns.

Contributions can be in English, French or Spanish, and those whose papers are accepted will be invited to a workshop, ‘Climate change impact on employment and the labour market – responses to the challenges’ to be held 25-26 February 2010 in Brussels.  If you want to make a submission, make sure you tell GURN before the end of this week.

  • Call for papers [pdf]

La Red Sindical Mundial de Investigación (GURN), conjuntamente con la Confederación Sindical Internacional hace una llamada solicitando estudios sobre: I. Consecuencias sociales de la Adaptación al Cambio Climático y Medidas para Mitigarlo, II. “Transición Justa” Hacia una Economía de Bajo Consumo de Carbono, III. Inversión en Trabajo Verde Decente, IV. Cambio en Modelos de Producción

 Le Global Union Research Network (GURN) lance un appel à communications, en coopération avec la Conféderation Syndicale Internationale. L’appel à communications aborde les thèmes suivants : I. Les conséquences sociales de l’adaptation au changement climatique et mesures atténuantes, II. Une “transition équitable” vers une économie à bas carbone, III. Investissement dans les emplois verts décents, IV. Modifications des modèles de production.

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