There is a growing need for transatlantic dialogue in the current era of economic globalization. For a variety of reasons, this is especially true for trade unions and the researchers who focus on labor-related issues.
The Hans-Böckler-Stiftung and the ILR School at share a common interest in research and dialogue that contributes to our understanding of contemporary efforts by workers and unions in pursuit of sustained representation and participation, both at the workplace and in the broader political economy and society. In this regard, we have much to learn from each other, and we therefore agree to the Memorandum of Understanding as a framework for cooperative research, education and public service.
- 2007 Transatlantic Social Dialogue Conference
- Memorandum of Understanding (pdf)
- ILR Dean Harry C. Katz and Nikolaus Simon, director of the Hans-Böckler-Stiftung, Sign Memorandum of Understanding
- ILR Co-hosts Transatlantic Social Dialogue Meeting in Berlin
- Union Renewal in an International Economy