"Workers and American Democracy: Challenges Ahead, Lessons from Before"
The program will feature four days of intense learning and skill building at over 80 workshops, sessions, and more than 350 diverse presenters from every community focused on “the world of work.”
Build your networks and knowledge with managers, unions, researchers, public policy, and agency staff from throughout the U.S. and abroad. Return home value added for your organization and your job.
Take part in practical workshops, join debates on the latest applied research topics and hear from experts on how their companies, organizations, and unions have successfully navigated workplace issues critical to success.
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A HOLISTIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE WORKER
Track 1 - Future of Work based on the use of technology.
Track 2 - Contemporary employers and workers organizations, technology and new dynamics of their relations and collective bargaining
Track 3 - Psychosocial Risks as a consequence of the pandemic. Most vulnerable population
Track 4 - The Economy of Care- Technical and Professional Training of Caregivers against Population aging and recognition of the Caregiver
Track 5 - A new generation of comprehensive employment: responding to the crisis and fostering inclusive and sustainable development.
Track 6 - Combating digital Illiteracy- Professional technical training.
Track 7 - Labor Flexibility and Future of Outsourcing from the Labor Reforms
Track 8 - Inclusion of safe and healthy working conditions in the ILO’s framework of fundamental principles and rights at work
Track 9 – ILO supervisory system: status of the region
Track 10 – Gender and non-discrimination
Indigenous Conference Services, organiser of the First Nations Tourism, Employment & Business Enterprise Conferences is excited to announce the featured speakers for the upcoming conferences which bring Indigenous leaders, experts, and stakeholders to showcase successful programs and discuss critical challenges faced by First Nations tourism, businesses, employment and training.
Guests speakers from Australia, Canada, United States of America and New Zealand include:
Dr. Uncle Bernie Singleton, Elder & Senior Member Kunjur Men’s Collective will conduct the welcome to country.
Mark Roberston, Founding Director MPOWER & One Vision Productions NSW.
Michael Dykes, Chief Executive Officer at Community Enterprise Queensland.
Dr. Sonya Graci, Associate Professor and Lead Researcher and Yvette Rasmussen, Program Manager Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada.
Dr Timothy White, Founder and Veera Judin, Director Remote Environments Skills Employment and Training QLD.
Kate Rodger, Social Research Scientist and Amanda Smith, Social Science Coordinator, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions WA.
Francisco de Paula, Neurobehavioural Support Practitioner Jeder Institute and The CALMER Approach NSW.
Genevieve Huneault, Development Manager Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada.
Uncle Ara Harathunian, Managing Director Kultchafi QLD.
Dr. Joseph B. Stone, a member of native American Blackfeet Tribe.
Dr. Amber Logan, a traditional Kahungunu Maori Wahine and First Nations Health psychologist at Indigenous Development Specialists New Zealand.
We are committed to diversity and inclusion.
We acknowledge and pay respects to the Elders and Traditional Owners of the Australian land.
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