We are excited to be part of the Workers' Action Centre Workers' Bowl 2020 to raise funds for the OEERC Education and Leadership Fund for Workers in Precarious Employment. Please consider donating on behalf of the GLRC. Donors will receive a receipt for donations equal to or greater than $10.00. Visit the Workers' Bowl website for more information.
The GLRC extends a warm invitation to York University graduate students to serve as the graduate student representative on our Executive Committee. Committee members generally meet twice a year and assist the Director and Coordinator with decision-making and growth of the centre. The role will allow for networking with current members of the Executive Committee, including Canada Research […]
We are excited to announce the Global Labour Research Centre (GLRC) has collaborated with the Canadian Association for Work and Labour Studies (CAWLS) for the New Voices in Work & Labour Studies Workshop Series, a weekly online workshop series of 12 interdisciplinary panels that will take place on selected days from October 15 to November 12, 2020. […]
We are excited to announce our 2020 John Eleen Annual Lecture in Global Labour will take place virtually this year and will feature Sara Mojtehedzadeh, the Star's Work and Wealth reporter. Workers' Voices in the Age of COVID-19 Thursday, October 8, 2020 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm ET Click here for more information on […]
In the second of their series of briefs looking at the labour market impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, GLRC Director Luann Good Gingrich and Andrew Mitchell examine the differing impacts between men and women, with a focus on workers aged 15-64 using data from the monthly Labour Force Survey (LFS) conducted by Statistics Canada. Read the full […]
We are happy to announce three new webinars this Fall as part of our virtual series, Contested Reproduction of States and Societies in Financialized Capitalism: Comparative Views from Turkey, in partnership with Dr. Pınar Bedirhanoğlu (Associate Professor, Middle East Technical University, Turkey) and Dr. Ali Rıza Güngen (Visiting Professor, York University, Canada). These webinars follow […]
As part of our new COVID-19 Disruption, Denudation, and Dawning series, we held a recorded panel discussion with co-authors of The Equity Myth: Racialization and Indigeneity at Canadian Universities, Frances Henry, Enakshi Dua, and Carl E. James. Opening remarks were provided by Sheila Cote-Meek, York University Vice-President, Equity, People and Culture. Shirin Shahrokni acted as Discussant. A trailer of the panel […]
GLRC Director Luann Good Gingrich and Andrew Mitchell have prepared a research brief entitled The Story So Far: COVID-19, the Canadian Labour Market, and Immigrants exploring the differential impacts in the Canadian labour market among Canadian-born citizens, long-term immigrants, and more recent immigrants. The brief uses data from the monthly Labour Force Survey conducted by Statistics Canada. […]
GLRC Director, Luann Good Gingrich, has written a statement on anti-Black racism entitled Anti-Black Racism and the Slow, Structured Violence of Social Exclusion. Read the full statement here.
We are excited to announce the Global Labour Research Centre (GLRC) has collaborated with the Canadian Association for Work and Labour Studies (CAWLS) for the New Voices in Work & Labour Studies Workshop Series, a weekly online workshop series that will take place on selected days from October 19 to November 13, 2020. Building on […]