Final conference of “Reframing Industrial Relations: Young People, Migrants and Low-Wage Workers”


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Final conference of “Reframing Industrial Relations: Young People, Migrants and Low-Wage Workers”

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DRAFT PROGRAMME 30 MAY 2012 – 10.00 – 14.30


Venue: International Auditorium – International Trade Union House, Boulevard du Roi Albert II, No. 5 / 2.

10.00 – 10.15  Welcome and introduction
Conny Reuter, Secretary General, SOLIDAR Ernst Stetter, Secretary General, FEPS  
10.15 – 11.05  Achieving decent work for young adults: mobilising and empowering young people in industrial relations
Dijana Omerbasic, Researcher, Forum International Cooperation Lorenza Antonucci, Member,
FEPS Young Academics Network Ilaria Savoini, Senior Adviser, EuroCommerce Sälli Sedrik, Director, Youth Camp  
11.05 – 12.55  Migrant workers and the quest for decent work: challenges in (bogus) recruitment agencies and representation
in industrial relations. Rodica Novac, Project Officer, ADO SAH ROM Marieke Koning, Equality Officer, ITUC (tbc)
Damien Van Thielen, International Recruitment Manager, Manpower European Commission (tbc)  
11.55 – 12.15  Q&A / debate
12.15 – 13.00  Lunch
13.00 – 13.50  Effective industrial relations in the low wage sectors: overcoming precariousness and non-standard employment
Paolo Pozzo, Director, Istituto Sindacale per Cooperazione e Sviluppo Piemonte Amandine Crespy, Member,
FEPS Young Academics Network (tbc) Janine Leschke, Senior Researcher, European Trade Union Institute
Jan Cremers, Senior Researcher, Amsterdam Institute Advanced Labour Studies
13.50 – 14.10  Q&A / debate
14.10 – 14.30  Conclusions
Judit Tànczos, Policy Advisor, FEPS
Adeline Otto, Social Affairs Coordinator, SOLIDAR
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