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ACADEMIC PROGRAMME

Vulnerable workers, migrants and families: Perspectives on a more sustainable future

Presented by: International Private Clients and Family Law Commission; Labour and Immigration Law Commission

Workshop #3

DATE & TIME

LOCATION

 Wednesday, 4 September

 14:00 – 16:00

Hotel Parco dei Principi (Meeting room to be communicated in the event mobile app)

DESCRIPTION

Protecting labour rights, ensuring a safe working environment and promoting the rights of migrant workers in the supply chain and beyond is now a way to ensure sustainability at work globally. This session will address the new approaches for improving working conditions in the supply chain and labour migration. It will also offer a family law perspective on the vulnerabilities of migrants at home, such as the financial rights of the ‘weak’ spouse in case of a relationship breakdown.

SPEAKERS & MODERATORS

Alessandra Giacomello

Alessandra Giacomello

EFG International AG, Switzerland

Speaker

Michael Congiu

Michael Congiu

Littler Mendelson, US

Speaker

Fernanda Machado

Fernanda Machado

Dauro Schettino Advogados, Brazil

Speaker

James Riby

James Riby

, Charles Russell Speechlys, UK

Speaker

Takuo Misaki

Takuo Misaki

Matsuda & Partners, Japan

Speaker

Marta de Oliveira Pinto Trindade

Marta de Oliveira Pinto Trindade

Abreu Advogados, Portugal

Speaker

Veronica Dindo

Veronica Dindo

LAWLAB - Studio legale, Italy

Moderator

Katie Newbury

Katie Newbury

Kingsley Napley LLP, UK

Moderator

GENERAL REPORTERS

Caroline Barbe

Caroline Barbe

SOLUCIAL AVOCATS, France

Jan-Ove Becker

Jan-Ove Becker

vangard, Germany

Katie Newbury

Katie Newbury

Kingsley Napley LLP, UK

Nicky De Groot

Nicky De Groot

Penrose., Netherlands

Veronica Dindo

Veronica Dindo

LAWLAB - Studio legale, Italy