Collectivity & Labour Law Protection

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Taking the labour protection rights of working parents as a starting point, I discuss how a more inclusive version of collectivity within labour law might look like. My approach is informed by intersectionality theory’s demand to set the apparent deviation as the norm. If legal measures take the potentially most affected group as a benchmark, those who are less affected will benefit just as much. In the context of employees with care responsibilities, this means taking birthmothers as the starting point and extending all rights that are necessary for their protection to all working parents.
Zeitraum3 Juni 2021
EreignistitelManufactoring Collectivity: Exploring the Nexus of Gender, Collectivities, and Law
OrtBerlin, Deutschland, BerlinAuf Karte anzeigen