Professor James Brudney traveled to South Africa in September to help lead a training workshop in Johannesburg. The workshop was attended by representatives of governments, workers, and employers from 15 southern African countries and addressed freedom of association and collective bargaining issues under international labor law. Brudney was asked to help lead this session by the International Labor Organization in Geneva, for which he serves on a special committee made up of 20 eminent jurists, academics, and human rights lawyers from around the world. He is the only American on the committee.
Read more about Brudney’s ILO work in this Fordham Lawyer magazine feature.
And check out this piece in the Atlantic, which quotes Brudney speaking about ongoing NAFTA renegotiations.