Edited by Enrica Chiappero-Martinetti, University of Pavia, Siddiqur Osmani, Ulster University, Mozaffar Qizilbash, University of York This landmark handbook collects in a single volume the current […]
The Work and Employment Thematic Group began meeting in 2019. It aims to promote and support the research of scholars, students and practitioners using the capability approach in the field of labour markets and employment, both in the context of the HDCA and beyond. The network is open to HDCA members and non-members alike to discuss work in progress and emerging new ideas. It is a particularly useful forum for students, academics and practitioners to share their work with a wider audience. The Work and Employment thematic group generates a space for sharing your own contributions to the field with colleagues and for developing new national and international partnerships. If you wish to plan a local or regional event, then please share your news via this webpage. We welcome new and existing members to contribute ideas to take this new thematic group going forwards. Please do check out the publications section of the HDCA website and if you are aware of publications that are not currently mentioned do let us know.
The thematic group (TG) plans to organize meetings and workshops, both during the annual conferences as well as during the year, online and in person. It encourages panel submissions to the conference. The TG is working on a bibliography on the subject.
Few months ago, the HDCA members were invited to participate in a webinar on the Right to Science promoted by […]
Do you teach about human development and capabilities? In 2020-21, we are organising a series of online workshops to bring […]
Graduate Workshop Series Following requests from graduate HDCA members we are planning to launch a series of writing workshops to […]
Videos & Webinars
Presenter: Francis Green, University College London, Institute of Education
This webinar presents the concept of the quality of work and employment, discussing the manner in which working conditions meet people’s needs from work, how it connects with well-being and productivity. The paper is discussed by Frances Stewart (Oxford University) and focuses on the linkages between this topic and the capability approach.HDCA Webinar Work and Employment