The latest Global Labour University Massively Open Online Course (MOOC) on “Workers’ Rights in a Global Economy” begins on Thursday, 3 March, 2016 – please spread the word…

Gary Herman Critical Economics

GLU_Logo_webThere are only two weeks until the latest Massively Open Online Course (MOOC) from the Global Labour University on “Workers’ Rights in a Global Economy” begins on Thursday, 3 March, 2016 – please spread the word.

An amazing 1,450 people have enrolled to date. This is a big global community of people interested in labour rights worldwide! But we want even more learners online.

Can you help spread the word about the course by sharing it with your friends, your colleagues and your wider networks? You can use the text below to share it by email, Facebook and Twitter:

Online course “Workers’ Rights in a Global Economy” starts on 3 March 2016
Challenging corporate globalisation: join the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on “Workers’ Rights in a Global Economy” (offered as cost free and as certificate course) of the Global Labour University to connect with union members and labour activists from around the world. Learn and debate about strategies for implementing workers’ rights nationally and along global supply chains

You can also join our Facebook group to get connected with each other and invite your friends to participate in this unique experience.

We look forward to the course start,
Paul Whitehead on behalf of the course team

Sign up to course here

All students will have the opportunity to upgrade to a certificate track. Make your achievements count and get an identity-verified certificate of accomplishment from the teaching institute. Find out more here.


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