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The Meaning and Consequences of Round the Clock Care Work
  • Lecturer(s) Professor Daphna Hacker, Faculty of Law and Women and Gender Studies Program, Tel Aviv University
  • Location Law
  • Date Sunday, 23 February 2020
in A Decade to Gluten v. The National Labor Court: The Exclusion of Migrant Care Workers from the Work and Rest Hours Law
The Post-Gluten Era - Dr. Hila Shamir
  • Lecturer(s) Dr. Hila Shamir, Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University and TraffLab (ERC) Principal Investigator
  • Location Law
  • Date Sunday, 23 February 2020
in A Decade to Gluten v. The National Labor Court: The Exclusion of Migrant Care Workers from the Work and Rest Hours Law
The Post-Gluten Era - Adv. Shiri Lev-Ran Lavi
  • Lecturer(s) Adv. Shiri Lev-Ran Lavi, Commissioner on Foreign Workers' Labor Rights, Ministry of Labor
  • Location Law
  • Date Sunday, 23 February 2020
in A Decade to Gluten v. The National Labor Court: The Exclusion of Migrant Care Workers from the Work and Rest Hours Law
The Post-Gluten Era - Adv. Meytal Russo
  • Lecturer(s) Adv. Meytal Russo, Coordinator of the Care Sector - Kav LaOved
  • Location Law
  • Date Sunday, 23 February 2020
in A Decade to Gluten v. The National Labor Court: The Exclusion of Migrant Care Workers from the Work and Rest Hours Law
The Post-Gluten Era - The Future of Migrant Care Work In and Outside the Law
  • Lecturer(s) Professor Guy Mundlak, Faculty of Law and the Department of Labor Studies, Tel Aviv University
  • Location Law
  • Date Sunday, 23 February 2020
in A Decade to Gluten v. The National Labor Court: The Exclusion of Migrant Care Workers from the Work and Rest Hours Law
The Meaning and Consequences of Round the Clock Care Work: Patient's Perspective
  • Lecturer(s) Dr. Irit Porat, Gender Studies Program - Bar Ilan University, volunteer at Kav LaOved, Gerontologist for the care services company "Amal v'Ma'avar"
  • Location Law
  • Date Sunday, 23 February 2020
in A Decade to Gluten v. The National Labor Court: The Exclusion of Migrant Care Workers from the Work and Rest Hours Law
The Gluten Court Decision in the Legal Framework for the Employment of Migrant Care Workers
  • Lecturer(s) Adv. Hanny Ben-Israel, Clinic for Migrants' and Refugees' Rights, Interdisciplinary Center, Herzlyia, and TraffLab Project Team, Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law
  • Location Law
  • Date Sunday, 23 February 2020
in A Decade to Gluten v. The National Labor Court: The Exclusion of Migrant Care Workers from the Work and Rest Hours Law