Georg-August University of Göttingen, Germany

The ever-intensifying globalization and interdependence of the economy, framed by the rapid evolution of international economic law, brings about new challenges for the protection and promotion of labour standards.

On 1-2 October 2015, the Institute for International Law and European Law (Department for International Economic Law and Environmental Law) will be convening an international conference, inviting academics and practitioners from around the world to engage in discussions on some of the most pressing issues at the tangent of international economic law and international labour standards.

The Institute cordially invites interested persons and organisations to come to Göttingen and to participate in the discussion.

Registrations are welcome until September 10, 2015 (

 Programme here

Further information here