Information letter

 

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF BASHKORTOSTAN

ILO DECENT WORK TECHNICAL SUPPORT TEAM AND COUNTRY OFFICE FOR EASTERN EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA

MINISTRY OF FAMILY, LABOR AND SOCIAL PROTECTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF BASHKORTOSTAN

FEDERAL SOCIOLOGY RESEARCH CENTER AT THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES (BASHKORTOSTAN BRANCH)

UFA FEDERAL RESEARCH CENTER AT THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE REPUBLIC OF BASHKORTOSTAN

BASHKORTOSTAN REPUBLIC COUNCIL OF RECTORS

Dear colleagues,

on 3-5 February 2019, Ufa will host the The Future Of Work: Decent Work For All International Forum. This event is associated with the 100th Anniversary of the International Labor Organization and the Centenary of Establishing the Bashkortostan Republic in Russia.

THE FUTURE OF WORK: GLOBAL CHALLENGES AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT International Workshop will take place in the days of the Forum.

Venue: Congress Hall, 2 Zaki Validi St., Ufa, Russia

Forum organizers invite experts, scholars and practitioners to take part in discussing the future of work, to set goals and tasks for its development.

The conference will focus on: analyzing global and regional trends and transformation processes in the world of work; assessing their impact on employment situation and labor markets in different countries; searching for new opportunities and mechanisms to ensure decent work for everyone, especially for vulnerable social groups; introducing new types and forms of employment; discussing current issues of labor management in the digital economy.

Following topics are suggested for discussion:

1.      World of Work Humanization: Promoting Decent Employment and Providing Social Guarantees

2.      Youth Employment: Challenges and Opportunities in the Digital Economy

3.      Inclusive Culture in Labor Relations, Increasing Employment Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities.

4.      Non-standard Employment: Variety of Forms, Scale of Distribution, Institutionalization

5.      Labor Management and Organization Issues in the Times of Cutting-edge Technologies.

6.      Continuing Education and the Labor Market: Centers of Acceleration and Technological Breakthrough.

7.      Demographics of the Working Population (Dynamics, Health Condition, Migration Processes)

8.      Gender Equality and Fairness in the World of Work

9.      Employment and Social Justice: State Policy, Best International, National and Regional Practices

10. Social Dialogue and Social Partnership Development. Corporate Social Responsibility. Role of Trade Unions by the Implementation of Decent Work Principles in the Context of Labor Relations Transformation

11. Regional Labor Markets: Differentiation, Interregional Flows and Migration

Work Agenda

February 3 - Forum participants arrival and accommodation

February 4 – The Future Of Work: Decent Work For All International Forum opening, plenary session, panel sessions with representatives from ILO, Russian Ministry of Labor, Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Bashkortostan Republic Government, Bashkortostan Republic Ministry of Labor, leading Russian and foreign labor and employment experts.

 

February 5 – The Future of Work: Global Challenges and Regional Development International Workshop; thematic sessions and discussion platforms, open lectures for students, young scholars and practitioners by leading scientists and experts.

 

Working languages of the conference: Russian, English.

Apply for participation in the conference - https://decentwork.ru

Participant Registration Form - please refer to the Appendix 1

Conference proceedings with corresponding ISBN number are expected to be published after the conference. The collection of papers will be available in the e-LIBRARY academic digital library.

The article submitted for publication should correspond with the topic of the scientific report, be original (the author must guarantee that the work has not been published previously in other publications in its current or similar forms, and is not being reviewed by editors of other publications) . Please refer to the Appendix 2 for articles style and formatting requirements

Contacts

Guzel BAIMURZINA - academic secretary at the Federal Sociology Research Center, Russian Academy Of Sciences (Bashkortostan Branch)

Phone: +7 (347) 246-44-95, +7 917-755-99-74, E-mail: guzrim@mail.ru

 

Christina Batyayeva - leading specialist, expert at the Social, Labor and Social Partnership Monitoring Department,   Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Protection of the Republic of Bashkortostan

Phone: +7 (347) 218-06-53, E-mail: Batyaeva.KV@bashkortostan.ru

 

 

 

 

 


 

Appendix 1

Participant Registration Form

International Workshop

The Future of Work: Global Challenges and Regional Development

 

Appendix 2

Article Formatting Requirements

The name of the file with the article must contain: the First Name and the Last Name of the author.

Article size: up to 5 pages.

Margins: top, bottom, left, right - 20 mm.

Spacing: 1.0

THE INFORMATION TO INCLUDE PREVIOUS TO THE MAIN BODY OF THE ARTICLE:

1st line: the UDC code which can be determined using the universal classifier http://teacode.com/online/udc/ Font: Times New Roman 12 pt, without hyphenation, left alignment.

2nd line: empty

3rd line: Full Name Initials of autor’s first name and other forenames should be put before the last name. Two and more authors' names should be separated by commas. Font: Times New Roman 12 pt, bold, center alignment.

4th line: empty

5th line: first name initial + last name. Author's name in English (initials of forenames should be put before the last name). Two and more authors' names should be separated by commas. Font: Times New Roman 10 pt, bold, center alignment.

6th line: author's affiliation, full name of the organization, its location in brackets (city, country) Font: Times New Roman 12 pt, italic, without hyphenation, center alignment.

7th line: empty

8th line: article title: font: Times New Roman 12 pt, bold, without hyphenation, capital letters, center alignment.

9th line: empty

10th line: article title in English: font: Times New Roman 12 pt, bold, without hyphenation, capital letters, center alignment.

11th line: Abstract: font: Times New Roman 11 pt, 1.0 line spacing, justification, 10 mm first line indent. Abstract word count: 100-150 words. The abstract should describe a brief content of the article: purposes and objectives, research methods, a brief conclusion.

12th line: empty

13th line: key words: font: Times New Roman 11 pt, italic, 1.0 line spacing, justification. Five to ten words separated by commas. Key phrases should not be long.

14th line: empty

15th line: Abstract in English: font: Times New Roman 11 pt, 1.0 line spacing, justification,
10 mm first line indent. Abstract word count: 100-150 words. The abstract should describe a brief content of the article: purposes and objectives, research methods, a brief conclusion.

16th line: empty.

17th line: key words in English: font: Times New Roman 11 pt, italic, 1.0 line spacing, justification. Five to ten words separated by commas. Key phrases should not be long.

18th line: empty.

Main Body of the Article

Article text: font: Times New Roman 12 pt, italic, 1.0 line spacing, justification. Words are separated by one space. Do not use tabs or spaces for the first line indent!

First line indent: 10 mm.

Tables and pictures can be used in the article text.

Table format. Tables should be formatted according to GOST 2.105-95. Table title must contain the word "Table", then the number and the name of the table (Table 1. Name). Font: Times New Roman 12 pt, without hyphenation, bold, left alignment. Table text: font: Times New Roman 11 pt (10 pt is possible too), without hyphenation, center alignment and bold font for column headers; justification in table cells. All the columns in the header row should be named.

If the table extends beyond a single page, the next page should contain the phrase "Continuation of the Table" or "End of the Table". Font: Times New Roman 12 pt, without hyphenation, italic, right alignment.

Pictures. Pictures (diagrams, charts, etc.) should be formatted according to GOST 2.105-95. The pictures in the conference proceedings will be printed in black and white. The title of the picture should be put below the picture. Picture (chart) title format: (Pic 1. Title). Font: Times New Roman 11 pt, italic, without hyphenation, center alignment. Charts should be duplicated in a separate Excel file.

Source references format: source references by direct and indirect quotations must be put in square brackets [1]. Number in the brackets should be the same as the source number in the bibliography.

Bibliography. The bibliography style should be in accordance with GOST 7.1-2003, the items should be listed in alphabetical order. Bibliography should comprise the full information on the sources, including the name of the publisher. When referencing a monograph / collection as a whole, the full number of pages should be indicated; if referring to an article, the range of pages should be specified (for example, pp. 50-60). If the article has a DOI, it must also be specified. Links to electronic resources should be up to date, the date of the last retrieval must be specified. Sources in Russian language should be listed as first, followed by the sources in foreign languages. Font: Times New Roman 12 pt, 1.0 line spacing, without hyphenation, justification.