References for The Work in Freedom Handbook -

References for The Work in Freedom Handbook

Blustein, D., C. Olle, A. Connors-Kellgren, and A. Diamonti. 2016. “Decent Work: A Psychological Perspective”. Frontiers in Psychology 7: 407.

Bourdieu, P. 1997. Méditations Pascaliennes, Paris: Seuil.

Brass, T. 1999. Towards a Comparative Political Economy of Unfree Labour: Case Studies and Debates. Routledge.

CIDH (Inter-American Commission of Human Rights). 2011. Informe No. 169/11 (Caso 12.066). San Jose: Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos.

Clarke, L., C.P. Gleeson, and C. Wall. 2017. “Women and Low Energy Construction in Europe: A New Opportunity?”. In Climate Change and Gender in Rich Countries: Work, Public Policy and Action, edited by Griffin Cohen, M., 55–69. Routledge.

Cooke, G., J. Donaghey, and I.U. Zeytinoglu. 2013. “The Nuanced Nature of work Quality: Evidence from Rural Newfoundland and Ireland”. Human Relations 66(4): 503–527.

Deranty, J., and C. MacMillan. 2012. “The ILO’s Decent Work Initiative: Suggestions for an Extension of the Notion of ‘Decent Work’”. Journal of Social Philosophy 43 (4): 386–405.

Di Ruggiero, E., J. Cohen, D. Cole, and L. Forman. 2015. “Competing Conceptualizations of Decent Work at the Intersection of Health, Social and Economic Discourses”. Social Science and Medicine 133: 120–127.

Friot, B. 2012. L’Enjeu du Salaire. Paris: La Dispute.

Fudge, J., and D. McCann. 2015. Unacceptable Forms of Work: A Global and Comparative Study. ILO.

Gallagher, A. 2017. Whatever Happened to the Migrant Smuggling Protocol? Geneva: International Organisation for Migration.

Gordon, J. 2015. “Global Labour Recruitment in a Supply Chain Context”, ILO Fair Recruitment Initiative Working Paper No. 1.

Hudson, M. 2014. How the Organization of Labor Shaped Civilization’s Takeoff. 13th International Karl Polanyi Conference, “The Enduring Legacy of Karl Polanyi”, Concordia University.

———. 2018. …And Forgive Them Their Debts: Lending, Foreclosure and Redemption From Bronze Age Finance to the Jubilee Year. Dresden: ISLET.

ILO (International Labour Organization). 1919. Unemployment Convention, 1919 (No. 2). International Labour Conference. (Washington).
———. 1933. Fee-Charging Employment Agencies Convention, 1933 (No. 34). International Labour Conference. 17th Session (Geneva).
———. 1948. Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise Convention, 1948 (No. 87). International Labour Conference. 31st Session (San Francisco).
———. 1948. Employment Service Convention, 1948 (No. 88). International Labour Conference. 31st Session (San Francisco).

———. 1949. Fee-Charging Employment Agencies Convention (Revised), 1949 (No. 96). International Labour Conference. 32nd Session (Geneva).

———. 1949. Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention, 1949 (No. 98). International Labour Conference. 32nd Session (Geneva).
———. 1981. Occupational Safety and Health Convention, 1981 (No. 155). International Labour Conference. 67th Session (Geneva).
———. 1981. Workers with Family Responsibilities Convention, 1981 (No. 156). International Labour Conference. 67th Session (Geneva).
———. 1999. Report of the Director-General: Decent Work. International Labour Conference. 87th Session.

———. 2000. Maternity Protection Convention, 2000 (No. 183). International Labour Conference. 88th Session (Geneva). ———. 2008. ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization. ILC. 97th Session.
———. 2009. “Operational Indicators of Trafficking in Human Beings”. September 2009.
———. 2011. ACTRAV: Policies and Regulations to Combat Precarious Employment.

———. 2011. Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189). International Labour Conference. 100th Session (Geneva).

———. 2012. Social Protection Floors Recommendation, 2012 (No. 202). International Labour Conference. 101st Session (Geneva).

———. 2013. Resolution concerning sustainable development, decent work and green jobs. International Labour Conference. 102nd Session.

———. 2014. The Protocol to the Forced Labour Convention, 1930 (No. 29). International Labour Conference.

———. 2015. Gender Equality and Green Jobs: Policy Brief.

———. 2015. Guidelines for a Just Transition Towards Environmentally Sustainable Economies and Societies for All.

———. 2015. Report of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations. ILC. 104/III(1A).

———. 2016. Report of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations. ILC. 105/III(1A).

———. 2016. Non-Standard Employment Around the World: Understanding Challenges, Shaping Prospects.

———. 2017. Employer-Migrant Worker Relationships in the Middle East: Exploring Scope for Internal Labour Market Mobility and Fair Migration.

———. 2017. Work in a Changing Climate: The Green Initiative – Report I. Report of the Director-General, ILC. 106th Session.

———. 2018. Guidelines Concerning the Measurement of Forced Labour, ICLS. 20/2018.

———. 2019. Violence and Harassment Convention, 2019 (No. 190), International Labour Conference. 108th Session (Geneva).

LeBaron, G., and N. Howard, eds. 2015. Forced Labour in the Global Political Economy: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery Short Course, Volume Two. OpenDemocracy: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery.

Lerche, J. 2011. “The Unfree Labour Category and Unfree Labour Estimates: A Continuum within Low-End Labour Relations?”, Manchester Papers in Political Economy Working Paper No. 10.

Littig, B. 2018. “Good work? Sustainable Work and Sustainable Development: A Critical Gender Perspective from the Global North”. Globalizations 15 (4): 565–579. Marx, K. 1973. Grundrisse: Foundations of the Critique of Political Economy. Translated by Martin Nicolaus. Penguin Books in association with New Left Review.

Mohapatra, P. 2005. “Regulated Informality: Legal Constructions of Labour Relations in Colonial India 1814–1926”. In Workers in the Informal Sector: Studies in Labour History 1800–2000, edited by Sabyasachi Bhattacharya and Jan Lucassen, 1–33. New Delhi: Macmillan.

NSWP (Network of Sex Work Projects). 2013. “Language Matters: Talking about Sex Work”. Stella.
———. 2017. Policy Brief: Sex Work as Work.

Sassen, S. 2014. Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy. Cambrige: Belknap Press. Standing, G. 2011. The Precariat, The New Dangerous Class. London: Bloomsbury.

Toussaint, E. 2017. Le Système Dette: Histoire des Dettes Souveraines et de Leur Repudations. Paris: Les Liens Qui Libèrent.

UN (United Nations). 2003. Secretariat Secretary-General’s Bulletin, Special Measures for Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse, ST/SGB/2003/13.

———. 2006. General Assembly Report of the Secretary-General, In-depth Study on All Forms of Violence against Women, A/61/122/Add.1.

———. 2015. General Assembly resolution 70/1, Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, A/RES/70/.

UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme). 2008. Green Jobs: Towards Decent Work in a Sustainable, Low-Carbon World. September 2008.

Williams, C., and M. Lansky. 2013. “Informal Employment in Developed and Developing Economies: Perspectives and Policy Responses”. International Labour Review 152: 355–380.

Wolff, R. 2012. Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism. Chicago: Haymarket Books.