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European Labour History Network: First Conference

by on November 30, 2015

The ELHN was founded in October 2013 in Amsterdam as a network of labour historians in order to bring together scholars with different institutional backgrounds (institutes, associations, archives, journals, study groups, individual researchers, etc.) and serve as an umbrella organization for smaller working groups with specific topics and tasks.

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New Delhi, India Conference: Labour History – A Return to Politics?

by on February 11, 2014

Why is a consideration of a political turn important today? Since the end of the 1970s there have been massive changes in the structure and form of labour. These changes were marked by the marginalization of organized industry, a shift of manufacturing industries from the West to the East; expansions in the service sector, especially in the information industry.

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1913 Dublin Lockout Centenary Conference

by on July 29, 2013

October 19, 2013. A day conference to commemorate the Dublin Lockout in 1913. During this epic struggle an estimated 100,000 people, one third of the capital’s inhabitants, faced starvation for five months in a battle for workers’ rights. At Old Fire Station, Crescent, Salford.

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