Masters Programme “Labour Policies and Globalisation”
The GLU Masters programme “Labour Policies & Globalisation” (LPG) started as a pilot course in Germany in October 2004. The one-year programme is part of a wider project to promote cooperation between trade unions and the research community and to strengthen the analytical and policy development capacity of trade unions.
The curriculum was jointly developed by universities and trade unions from around the world with a focus on Global Challenges to Labour, International Labour Rights, Processes of Globalisation and Economic Responses to Globalisation.
Students have also the possibility to study one term of the programme in Germany and one term at one of our partner universities in Brazil, India, or South Africa (however, applicants should indicate this already on their application).
The application round for the 13th intake 2016/17 is open now. More information about the application process can be found in section "Application".
For more information please contact the coordinator at Kassel University Simone Buckel email: glu.germany(at)uni-kassel.de
Master Thesis of GLU students studied in Germany
Union Revitalization in the Israeli "New General Federation of Labour" - The growing body of literature on union revitalization
Joel A. Odigie
Informality and The Prospects of Micro-credit and Social Protection as Drivers of Poverty Alleviation from Below: Lessons for Nigeria
Consideration of the form of the South African welfare state by evaluating the non-implementation of basic income protection