Making and Breaking Boundaries in
Work and Employment Relations


the 19th ILERA World Congress, Lund, Sweden, 21–24 June 2021







 

Congress Programme



The ILERA World Congress will provide excellent opportunities for discussion of new research results, exchange of best practices, and social networking. The congress website serves as the congress platform (to access the online area registration is required). All sessions and meetings – plenary sessions, track paper sessions, special sessions, Study Group meetings and other ILERA meetings – will be held in Zoom. Plenary sessions, track paper sessions and special sessions will be recorded (if consent is provided by the speakers), and made available for congress participants during a limited period of time after the ILERA World Congress. In this way, you will be able to catch up on sessions that you were not able to attend due to other commitments and time differences etc. During plenary sessions you will be able to listen to distinguished speakers, and pose questions via the Q&A function. During parallel sessions there will be further possibilities for interaction and engaged discussion, and you can pose questions and make comments using both your microphone (also using your camera if you want) and the chat.


19th ILERA World Congress
Preliminary Online Programme at a Glance

All indicated times in the congress programme refer to Swedish time, that is Central European Summer Time (CEST).
 

Sunday
20 June

21.00–22.30 

Study Group Meetings

Monday
21 June

09.00–10.30 

Parallell Sessions

Study Group Meetings

11.00–12.30 

Parallel Sessions

Study Group Meetings

13.30–15.00 

Roundtable with Local Business and Social Partners: Employment relations, HRM, Entrepreneur­ship and Innovation in Lund and the Skåne Region
Study Group Meetings

15.00–15.30 

Coffee and Networking

16.00–18.00

Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception

Tuesday
22 June

08.00–09.30 

Parallell Sessions

10.00–11.30 

Parallell Sessions

12.00–13.30 

Plenary Session Track 1: Collective and Social Dialogue

14.30–15.00 

Coffee and Networking

15.00–16.30 

Plenary Session Track 2: Work and Emplyment Relations

17.00–18.30 

Parallell Sessions

22.00–23.30 

Parallell Sessions

Wednesday
23 June

08.00–09.30 

Parallell Sessions

10.00–11.30 

Parallell Sessions

12.00–13.30 

Plenary Session Track 3: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

14.30–15.00 

Coffee and Networking

15.00–16.30 

Plenary Session Track 4: Work Organisation and HRM

17.00–18.30 

Parallell Sessions

22.00–23.30 

Parallell Sessions

Thursday
24 June

08.00–09.30 

Parallell Sessions

09.30–10.00 

Coffee and Networking

10.00–11.30 

Plenary Session on Swedish and Nordic Labour and Employment Relations

12.30–14.00 

Plenary Session Track 5: Innovation and Emerging Trends in Work

14.00–14.30 

Closing Ceremony