AHRCentre and the UNSW Law Staff Seminar Series invite you to a seminar with Professor Judy Fudge

Event date: 
2 Aug 2011 (All day)

Professor Judy Fudge will address the topic: The Precarious Migrant Status and Precarious Employment: The Paradox of International Rights for Migrant Workers

Professor Judy Fudge joined the University of Victoria Faculty of Law in January 2007 as the Lansdowne Chair in Law. She has been a visiting fellow at the European University Institute, McGill University's Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, the London School of Economics, the University of Melbourne and the University of Oxford, and she has held visiting chairs at the University of British Columbia and the University of Saskatchewan. In 2009, Professor Fudge received the Bora Laskin National Fellowship in Human Rights for her research project "Labour Rights as Human Rights: Unions, Women, and Migrants".

Professor Fudge has worked with women's groups and unorganized workers, and has been involved in law reform efforts to obtain greater equality and democracy in the world of work. She is a member of the Inter-University Research Centre on Globalization and Work. Her publications include Labour Before the Law: The Legal Regulation of Workers' Collective Action (with Eric Tucker, 2001), Privatization, Law and the Challenge to Feminism (with Brenda Cossman, 2002), Precarious Work, Women and the New Economy: The Challenge to Legal Norms (with Rosemary Owens, 2006), and Work on Trial: Canadian Labour Law Struggles (with Eric Tucker, 2010).