Conducts research and collects data on the global history of labour, workers, and labour relations

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Concept Programme for workshop 'Labor Relations in the Lusophone World, 1800-2000'14.00 – 14.40: Sónia Ferreira, Antonio Monteiro Cardoso & João Valente – Labor Relations in Portugal, 1800-200014... [Event]
Final Workshop of the Global Collaboratory on the History of Labour Relations, 1500-2000 [Event]
Lecture: "Labour relations of domestic workers in the Middle East" by Antoinette de VliegerStarting time: 15:00  [Event]
Conference: "Selling Sex in the City: Prostitution in World Cities, 1600 to the Present".Concluding conference of the project with the same name. The aim of this project is to write a global and... [Event]
The International Institute of Social History will organize a small workshop on the question 'What is the working class?' The central issue is the clarification of theoretical issues, focusing on the... [Event]
A Social History of Labour in the Iranian Oil Industry is a research project at the International Institute of Social History (IISH) in Amsterdam, headed by Prof. Touraj Atabaki. It aims to study... [Event]
Programme and Participants The ILO in Past and Present: A state of the art (Bob Reinalda, Radboud University of Nijmegen & Jasmien Van Daele, International Institute for Labour Studies-ILO,... [Event]
Arbeid in de Zeventiende Eeuw22e Conferentie Werkgroep Zeventiende EeuwIn de zeventiende eeuw maakte de Republiek een snelle economische verandering door. Volgens een gezaghebbend handboek werd de... [Event]
An International Workshop organized by Association of Indian Labour Historians (India) under the SEPHIS Programme and the International Institute of Social History  The workshop was held to discuss... [Event]
The colloquium focused on the long-term consequences of the British abolition of the Atlantic slave trade (1807-8). The conference focused on:the "invention" of alternative forms of labor recruitment... [Event]

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