(previously the International Industrial Relations Association (IIRA)

Upcoming Congresses

Previous World Conferences

  • encouraging the establishment and development of national associations of industrial relations specialists;
  • facilitating the spread of information about significant developments in research and education in the field of industrial relations;
  • organising worldwide and regional Congresses and publishing their proceedings; and
  • promoting internationally planned research, by such means as organising study groups on particular topics.
  • The Association has over 1,000 members worldwide including prominent industrial relations scholars and practitioners. Subjects such as globalization,
  • new technology, gender, HIV/AIDS, employee involvement, occupational safety and health, industrial relations, labour law, human resource management, international labour standards, social dialogue, labour administration, informal economy, and many other topics are largely discussed during its congresses.

Previous Regional Congresses

Africa

  • encouraging the establishment and development of national associations of industrial relations specialists;
  • facilitating the spread of information about significant developments in research and education in the field of industrial relations;
  • organising worldwide and regional Congresses and publishing their proceedings; and
  • promoting internationally planned research, by such means as organising study groups on particular topics.
  • The Association has over 1,000 members worldwide including prominent industrial relations scholars and practitioners. Subjects such as globalization,
  • new technology, gender, HIV/AIDS, employee involvement, occupational safety and health, industrial relations, labour law, human resource management, international labour standards, social dialogue, labour administration, informal economy, and many other topics are largely discussed during its congresses.

Americas

  • encouraging the establishment and development of national associations of industrial relations specialists;
  • facilitating the spread of information about significant developments in research and education in the field of industrial relations;
  • organising worldwide and regional Congresses and publishing their proceedings; and
  • promoting internationally planned research, by such means as organising study groups on particular topics.
  • The Association has over 1,000 members worldwide including prominent industrial relations scholars and practitioners. Subjects such as globalization,
  • new technology, gender, HIV/AIDS, employee involvement, occupational safety and health, industrial relations, labour law, human resource management, international labour standards, social dialogue, labour administration, informal economy, and many other topics are largely discussed during its congresses.

Asia

  • encouraging the establishment and development of national associations of industrial relations specialists;
  • facilitating the spread of information about significant developments in research and education in the field of industrial relations;
  • organising worldwide and regional Congresses and publishing their proceedings; and
  • promoting internationally planned research, by such means as organising study groups on particular topics.
  • The Association has over 1,000 members worldwide including prominent industrial relations scholars and practitioners. Subjects such as globalization,
  • new technology, gender, HIV/AIDS, employee involvement, occupational safety and health, industrial relations, labour law, human resource management, international labour standards, social dialogue, labour administration, informal economy, and many other topics are largely discussed during its congresses.

Europe

  • encouraging the establishment and development of national associations of industrial relations specialists;
  • facilitating the spread of information about significant developments in research and education in the field of industrial relations;
  • organising worldwide and regional Congresses and publishing their proceedings; and
  • promoting internationally planned research, by such means as organising study groups on particular topics.
  • The Association has over 1,000 members worldwide including prominent industrial relations scholars and practitioners. Subjects such as globalization,
  • new technology, gender, HIV/AIDS, employee involvement, occupational safety and health, industrial relations, labour law, human resource management, international labour standards, social dialogue, labour administration, informal economy, and many other topics are largely discussed during its congresses.