Line 3: Labor, migration and social policies

It articulates interdisciplinary discussions on labor, migration and social policies. Classical and contemporary labor theories. Theoretical and empirical studies on trade unionism, social movements, labor relations, informality, precariousness and ways of living. Entrepreneurship and creative economics. Classical and contemporary theories of migrations, different migratory modalities – internal, international, refuge, voluntary and forced migrations, environmental migrations, among others. Diversity and difference of gender, class and race in labor themes, migrations and social policies. Policies of labor regulation and social security (assistance, welfare and health). Migration policies and human rights.