International Labour and Employment Relations Association (ILERA)
29-30 Jun 1966, as International Industrial Relations Association (IIRA) -- Association internationale de relations professionnelles (AIRP) -- Asociación Internacional de Relaciones de Trabajo (AIRT), by decision of a meeting, held in London (UK), and attended by representatives of E-XE5485 - International Institute for Labour Studies (IILS), British Universities Industrial Relations Association, Industrial Relations Research Association (USA) and Japan Institute of Labour. Present name adopted, 2010.
Promote study of industrial relations worldwide in the relevant academic disciplines by: encouraging establishment and development of national associations of industrial relations specialists; facilitating spread of information on significant developments in research and education in the field; organizing conferences and round-table discussions; promoting internationally planned research.
Events2021-06-21 | Lund, Sweden – Triennial World Congress
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Council (meeting every 3 years at World Congress); Executive Committee. Administrative support from B-XB2183 - ILO.
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