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Annual Sefton-Williams Memorial Lecture

What makes Labour Free? (And Why this Question Matters)

Hosted by Woodsworth College and the Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources, this annual lecture is now named in honour of Larry Sefton and Lynn Williams. The Sefton/Williams Memorial Lecture series presents topics of interest to scholars and practitioners of labour-management relations. For more information on this lecture series, please visit the Centre for Industiral Relations and Human Resources website.

Topic: "What makes Labour Free? (And Why this Question Matters)"

Speaker: Judy Fudge, Professor, School of Labour Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, McMaster University

Sefton-Williams Award Recipient: Eric M. Tucker, Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University

Please direct all questions and concerns to events.woodsworth@utoronto.ca or 416-978-5301.