The Worker Institute collaborates with many academic, trade unions, NGOs and other organizations that advance workers’ rights and collective representation in the workplace; address economic and social inequalities; and work to improve the lives of working people and their communities. Below are some examples.
Labor Centers and Research Institutes Center for Global Workers' Rights at Penn State European Trade Union Institute Global Labour University The Murphy Institute at CUNY Rutgers University - School of Management and Labor Relations UC Berkeley Labor Center UCLA Labor Center UMass Labor Center University of Oregon Labor Education and Research Center
Trade Unions and Workers Organizations AFL-CIO Domestic Workers United European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) Model Alliance New York City Central Labor Council Trade Union Confederation of the Americas (TUCA) NGO, Policy Organizations, and other Resources for Labor ALIGN Center for Working Families Center for Worklife Law DEMOS Emerald Cities Collaborative Institute for Policy Studies Social Europe Journal Union Communication Services
News/Announcement from the Global Labour University
The Global Labour University (GLU) invites trade unionists and labour activists to apply to its Masters in "Labour Policies and Globalisation" at Kassel University and Berlin School of Economics and Law in Germany.
The Global Labour University is a network of universities, trade unions, and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) that offers unique postgraduate programmes on labour meeting the challenges of globalization. The GLU is an international forum to study and debate new policy ideas, and to engage in global initiatives for workers' rights and social justice.
For application and programme details, please visit the
Global Labour University's website.
The Global Labour University (GLU) also invites trade
unionists and labour activists to apply to the following
ENGAGE, Johannesburg, South Africa
University of the Witwatersrand. This five month certificate programme starts at the 1st
of July and is open for trade unionists and labour activists with at least
three years of labour related work experience. Click here for further information and
the application form. Labour Policies and Globalisation, Kassel/Berlin,
Germany, Kassel University and Berlin School of Economics and
Law in Germany. This one year Master program starts at the 1st of
October and is open for trade unionists and labour activitsts with
experience in labour related work and a first university degree. Click here for further
information and the application form. Labour and Globalisation, Mumbai, India,
Tata Institute of Social Sciences. This eighteen month Master program starts at the 1st
of July and is open for trade unionists and labour activists
with experience in labour related work and a first university degree. It
includes six month field work with an national or international
workers organisation. Click here for further information and the application form.