Dates de conférence :
Mardi 4 juin 2019 - Jeudi 6 juin 2019
Pour participer à cette conférence, veuillez vous inscrire au Congrès et ajouter ACÉTS N°305 dans la section 3 du formulaire d’inscription.
L’inscription est requise pour tous les congressistes, y compris les conférenciers, présentateurs, organisateurs et ceux/celles qui président ou participent à une séance.
The conference organizing committee of the Canadian Association for Work and Labour Studies (CAWLS) invites submissions for participation in its 6th annual conference. Workers have always made progress through struggle. But rarely have workers faced as many issues simultaneously as they do today. The 2019 CAWLS conference is an opportunity to engage conversations and share ideas about how to build circles of solidarity to make a better future for all workers. Questions relevant to these conversations include: will young workers be able to find stable employment so they can move to the next stage of their lives? Will recent gains in minimum wages and labour standards be maintained? How will labour laws shift with changing governments, and what is the role of workers and labour organizations within the realm of electoral politics? Will Artificial Intelligence and automation manifest in a more inegalitarian and undemocratic society? How will recent immigrants fair in this changing economic landscape? What does reconciliation mean for workers and their organizations? How can workers address growing concerns of racism in our communities? The committee welcomes proposals for single papers, thematic streams, multiple paper panels, roundtables, and workshops. The participation of researchers in union and community settings is encouraged. We welcome proposals on all topics that highlight importance of diversity to the past, present, and future of work and labour studies within Canada and beyond.
- Racialization, nationality, gender, sexuality, class, age, and ability, and their implications for the politics of labour and the future of the labour movement in Canada and elsewhere. - The relationship between the labour movement and Indigenous workers and communities. - Worker and union engagement with environmental movements and issues. - Policy approaches and legislative solutions to advancing equity, diversity and inclusion, and their limits. - Precarity, patterns of inequality amongst workers, and the distribution of paid and unpaid work. - Migration, work and labour internationalism. - Intersectional analysis of work and of labour movements. - Anti-racist and decolonizing approaches to labour studies.
Date limite des invitations à présenter des communications :
Le 31 janvier 2019
Réception du recteur :
Le 5 juin 2019
Responsables de programme :
Wayne Lewchuk, McMaster University
Coordonnateurs locaux/Coordonnatrices locales :
Kendra Strauss, Simon Fraser University
Pour plus d’informations, communiquez directement avec l’association. Veuillez noter que les frais d’inscription à cette conférence sont distincts des frais d’adhésion.