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Public Lecture by Prof. Jeremy Moon Wednesday 20th November, 20195 PM – 7 PM | Building 8, Level 11, Room 10 @RMITCPOW #ProfJeremyMoon Corporate Social
This project explores the links between job quality and care quality in the context of formal aged care provision in the distinct liberal welfare states
Evaluating Redress Mechanisms Governing the Human Rights Practices of Transnational Business: Lessons for Institutional Design and Operation
Evaluating Redress Mechanisms Governing the Human Rights Practices of Transnational Business: Lessons for Institutional Design and Operation Researching the protection of vulnerable workers and communities’
The Glass Ceiling For Women: Assessing the State of Gender Equality and Career Progression in the Health Industry
The Glass Ceiling For Women: Assessing the State of Gender Equality and Career Progression in the Health Industry Exploration of gender equality between women and
Paid work in cash-for-care: Australia in comparative perspective This project is investigating the outcomes of cash-for-care reforms for care workers though a case study of
Gender, Migration and the Work of Care: Comparative Perspectives The project investigates how the reorganization of care is influencing care workers’ international migration, and how