Employment Rights after Brexit
What will Brexit mean for human rights, anti-discrimination law and workers’ rights in the UK jurisdiction? What gets lost? Could the common law compensate? What about collective labour rights? How will these changes be reflected in New Zealand law?
Come and hear a leading UK expert (who began her legal career at Rudd Watts in NZ) elucidate potential Brexit effects for us. And join in the discussion of the implications for employment rights in our own jurisdiction.
Thursday, 4 August 2016
WG126, Sir Paul Reeves Building
2 Governor Fitzroy Place
AUT City Campus
5pm – networking and refreshments
6pm – seminar
Seminar open to all at no charge
Spaces are limited, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
About the speaker
Tonia Novitz is Professor of Labour Law at the University of Bristol. Her research interests focus predominantly on labour law, international and EU trade and the protection of human rights. She was author of International and European Protection of the Right to Strike (Oxford University Press, 2003), and has been co-editor of a number of edited collections, including Human Rights at Work (with Colin Fenwick, Hart Publishing, 2010), The Role of Labour Standards in Development (with David Mangan, British Academy Series, Oxford University Press, 2011) and Voices at Work (with Alan Bogg, Oxford University Press, 2014). Tonia has also published extensively on these issues in academic journals: http://research-information.bristol.ac.uk/en/persons/tonia-a-novitz(ccd38352-3762-49a0-939f-c94554492146)/publications.html
A graduate of the University of Canterbury (Christchurch, New Zealand) and Balliol College, Oxford, Tonia Novitz has held fellowships at the International Institute for Labour Studies (Geneva), the European University Institute (Florence) and the University of Melbourne.