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Translations into minority languages: between a transitional policy and discredit
The New Labour Governments encouraged the emergence of a multi-dimensional language policy, in particular as regards education, the competitiveness of businesses, but also the representation of the Kingdom in the eyes of foreigners. However, none of the vernacular languages of ethnic minorities with...
State of play of the European issue
Since the beginning of the decade, the draft Constitution for Europe has become the main concern of European bodies and leaders. In the United Kingdom, it has gradually superseded the issue of euro adoption. As a result, the ruling Labour Government sailed through the meanders of this project until...
Going to London... to promote vocational integration in France
In the context of increasing migration from France to London, this article seeks to understand the motivations of young French adults of Maghreb origin who undertake this mobility with the aim of promoting their professional integration. Some of these young people in France benefit from a mechanism...
The artistic renewal of Mexican cinema
Mexican cinema today has a growing number of films every year, but the situation faced by young filmmakers in distributing what they produce remains problematic. Fiscal stimulus to invest in new productions, and the visibility that many filmmakers gain in film festivals, have been of little use. Wit...
The New Labour and British Identity
Flexibilization of Labour Law in Belgium: Analysis of a Short-Lived New Regime and its Downfall: The Case of Associative Work
Flexibility has become a key word in contemporary labour relationships. To which extend may the legislator modify Labour Law regulations or exclude their application when it perceives them as a burden on economic actors? The presentation will focus on a particularly far-reaching example. The Belgian...
At journalism, at the margins of his ideals
The article describes the increasing influence of flexibility considerations on the early career of young French-speaking Belgian journalists. Marked by an unprecedented employment crisis and a profound change in their business models, journalistic companies are increasingly difficult to secure a st...
Pun Ngai, Migrant Labor in China: Post-Socialist Transformations
describing in the first chapter of this book how the socialist development model has been systematically challenged as to its inability to generate prosperity for the Chinese population, Pun Ngai explains that she was “forced to explore these new topics, such as migrant workers”, who paid the “histo...
From good to majordome. Control of bodies and gender relations in elite domesticity
, which is different from other contemporary forms of domesticity, elitarian domesticity, serving particularly wealthy families, is a privileged place to study the effects of gender diversity in the context of social confrontation in permanent domestic work. It requires employees to be acculturated...
Building new areas for cooperation to improve vocational training
XXXIVth national session of workshops of the Institut National du Travail, de l’emploi et de la Formation Professionnelle (National Institute of Labour, Employment and Vocational Training) On Thursday 16 June 2016 in Paris Ideas and innovative practices for improving employment in France. After 5 we...
CSR, regulation and diversity of capitalism
Issue 9 of the Regulatory Review provides an opportunity to further reflect on the changes in contemporary capitalism by questioning the concept of corporate social responsibility and its ability to play a role in shaping new compromises. The process of institutionalising CSR gives companies and the...
Individual labour law institutions to address the challenges and threats of information civilisation
The subject of the PhD is an interdisciplinary analysis of the interaction between information civilisation and individual labour law institutions. The first part of the disertification focuses on the concept of information civilisation and its components (substrates), which include, but are not lim...
SKILLED MIGRATIONS AND HUMAN CAPITAL: NEW LESSONS FROM AN INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION PANEL DATASET
This thesis develops and uses a new panel dataset with stocks and emigration rates to the 6 main OECD receiving countries, by skill level, from 172 sending countries, from 1975 to 2000. Thanks to this new dataset, we show that skilled migrations have increased during the<br />30 last years but this...
The beginning of the protectorate and the 1891 toilet revolt in the island of Anjouan
at the end of January 1891 an uprising of poor slaves and peasants broke out in the island of Anjouan. The causes of this social movement appear to be multiple and complex. The onset of a colonial planting economy in the island towards the middle of the 19th century led to a deterioration in the sta...
The social and symbolic powers of the working reference (discussion by a panel of a thematic section)
National audience Three tracks are invested in this thematic section: — The first is to grasp the symbolic dimension of the centre of work. To what extent does the labour movement provide grammar for collective action? To what extent does collective action in the 68s involve defining itself in parti...
Act 9 and employment relationships in the construction industry in Quebec
In 1973 the Government of Quebec, by Law 9, substantially amended the Act on Labour Relations in the Construction Industry. The author highlights these changes and sets out the consequences.
HISTORY OF SOCIALIST COMPANIES: Construction sites
Economic activities in socialist countries feature new objects in business history. The contributions gathered in this issue are part of this scientific news. They reveal the diversity of experiences and models, circulations and adaptations to local contexts, as well as initial hesitations when sett...
Collective Bargaining and the Challenge of New Technology, Geneva, International Labour Office, 1972, 71 pp.
The mastery of an identity? Female Corporations in Paris in the 17th and 18th centuries
This article takes stock of women’s work in corporations and compares the socio-economic status of various female and mixed corporations in the Paris d’Ancient Regime. After the reorganisation of corporations in 1776, women purported to become mastery in new professions, but their public expression...
Small-scale agriculture and climate change adaptation strategies in North Benin
adaptation to hazards and risk management are taken into account everywhere in traditional farming systems. Indeed, global climate change is reflected locally in a number of developments that change production conditions. This study looks at the understanding of the strategies developed by producers...
Training workshop for docent-tutors: Young people, technologies and education: ‘Youth with More and Better Work’ programme
The next Final Inclusive Work (TIF), within the framework of the Specialisation in Educational Practices, Means and Spaces — Communication, will be the design and construction of a Training Workshop for Teaching, Technology and Education, in a Virtual Education and Learning Environment (E-VEA), aime...
Artist interpreter status for dubbing cometers in France. Tensions fought in the years 1990-2000
Our subject calls for a dual perspective in terms of chronological terminals. First, a primary terminal: the 1994 strike, its stages, stakes and varieties. But also a secondary boundary, induced by the desire to understand the strike, which became apparent in the course of research carried out in co...
The French myth of modernisation
In France, as in most European countries since the 1980s, has developed the idea that when faced with a two-digit unemployment rate, a result of the anomaly in which society is moving can come from massive flexibility in the workforce. The article explores how the key elements of a modern myth of mo...
The utopia of labour law at diplomatic missions
As regards employment, a Colombian worker who has worked for a diplomatic mission cannot apply to the courts to request payment of his employment claims, because of the immunity from jurisdiction provided for in the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations since 1961. This theory is disputed today,...
The measurement of unemployment using completed durations: evidence on the gender gap in unemployment in France