The Global Labour University network involves partners such as university campuses, international organisations, national and international trade unions, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and various other individuals and organisations. The governance structure of the GLU network is based on a partnership between these entities.
International and national trade union organisations, universities, research institutes, and other organizations (ILO, FES) participating in the direct network collaboration to provide master programs on 'Labour and Globalisation', to cooperate on joint curriculum development, faculty exchange and joint research initiatives are full members of the GLU network.
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Associate members can participate in all GLU activities. Existing GLU members propose institutions for associated membership and the annual council decides upon the affiliation of new members.
Currently, GLU has an associate institutional membership arrangement with Ruskin College , Oxford, UK, and the University of the Philippines: School of Labour and Industrial Relations (UP-SOLAIR).
The organisation also maintains a network of associate fellows around the world, who are crucial for the functioning of the GLU and the implementation of its various activities. Click on the button below to find out more.