Publications

Publications
equality
Legal issues and trajectories in equality and non-discrimination: A comparative overview

by Mario Fasani

This volume examines different aspects on the subject of equality and non-discrimination under international and European Union Law. It focuses on the issues of equality and non-discrimination at the workplace.

fundamentals
The fundamentals of international labour law

by Giuseppe Casale

This book is conceived as a new manual for university student in the discipline. It provides a comprehensive review of the evolution and trends of international labour law. 

congress
Transformations of work: Challenges for the national systems of labour law and social security

by Giuseppe Casale and Tiziano Treu

This e-book collects the papers discussed at the XXII World Congress of the International Society for Labour and Social Security Law held at the ITCILO in Turin, Italy from 4 to 7 September 2018. 

child labour
Labour inspection and child labour in selected countries

by Giuseppe Casale and Alagandram Sivananthiram

In this book, the authors present the complex issues around the child labour phenomenon, especially in the informal economy, and examine good practices for the effective monitoring of labour legislation.

americas
Labour law and social security in the Americas

by Giuseppe Casale and Vasco Torres De León

This volume contains a selection of papers presented at the 10th American Regional Congress of the International Society for Labour and Social Security Law held in Panama City in September 2016. It represents a major scientific event for the American region on the study of labour and social security law.

handbook
International labour law handbook from A to Z

by Gianni Arrigo and Giuseppe Casale

This handbook provides comprehensive overview of the development and current status of labour law and industrial relations issues, including globalization and international labour standards. It includes cross-references to international and European Union directives, resolutions, and regulations. 

Working papers

The working papers of the Turin School of Development are part of a wider effort by the International Training Centre of the ILO to improve the development policy dialogue through wide dissemination of the research findings of its staff, postgraduate course participants, partner institutions, and external collaborators. Papers are selected for publication on the basis of originality, technical soundness, and policy relevance.