International Journal of Labour Research
Journal International de Recherches Syndicales
Boletín Internacional de Investigación Sindical
Until recently ACTRAV published the quarterly review Labour Education in three languages English, French and Spanish, devoted to analysis and forward studies. It drew on the best specialists from the world of work and dealt with topics of burning issues.
Starting in 2009 a new ACTRAV publication replaced Labour Education. The International Journal of Labour Research was established to provide a vehicle for disseminating recent research on labour and social policies from trade union researchers and academics around the world.
This journal is multi-disciplinary and will be of interest to trade union researchers, labour ministries and academics of all relevant disciplines worldwide - industrial relations, sociology, law, economics and political science. Each focuses on a specific theme and the journal is published twice a year in English, French and Spanish.
International Labour Review
Revue internationale du Travail
Revista Internacional del Trabajo
Issued quarterly by the International Labour Organization (ILO).
World at Work: The magazine of the ILO
Fenêtre sur le monde du travail
Panorama sobre el mundo del trabajo
World of Work magazines are published by the Department of Communication and Public Information of the International Labour Organization (ILO) in English, French and Spanish.
Last update: 24 August 2016
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