Sino-Finnish Afternoon Seminar on Labour and Social Law

The Finnish Center of Chinese Law and Chinese Legal Culture and Peking University Law School enjoy a long history of close cooperation on a range of initiatives and researches. We have actively collaborated in conducting two very successful research projects funded by the Academy of Finland, and jointly organized several academic events and mutual researcher visits, the details of which can be found in the Finnish China Law Center: Report on its First Four Years.

On 13 December 2019, the Center and Peking University Law School join hands again in organizing the Sino-Finnish Afternoon Seminar on Labour and Social Law.

The event is free and open to all audiences including lawyers, the business sector, students, scholars, legislature and policymakers interested in Labour and Social Law.

Event speakers included Assistant Professor & Assistant Dean, Yan Tian from Peking University Law School, and Assistant Professor of Labour and Social Law, Jari Murto from the University of Helsinki.

The full program can be found below:

 


Sino-Finnish Afternoon Seminar on Labour and Social Law

Chaired by Ulla Liukkunen, Professor of Labour Law and Private International Law, University of Helsinki, Director of the Finnish China Law Center

Time: 13 December 2019, 12:30-14:15

Venue: P545, 5th floor Porthania Building, Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki

Address: Yliopistonkatu 3

12:30-12:45         Opening of the Seminar

PIA LETTO-VANAMO, Professor, Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki

YE JINGYI, Vice-Chairperson, University Council, Peking University; Professor and Director, Institute of Labour and Social Security Laws, Peking University Law School

12:45-13:15          Towards a Constitutional Theory of Chinese Labor Law

YAN TIAN, Assistant Professor & Assistant Dean, Peking University Law School

13:15-13:45          Basic income in the Finnish Context

JARI MURTO, Assistant Professor of Labour and Social Law, University of Helsinki

13:45-14:15          Discussion

 

The venue is partly non-accessible. If you need special arrangements, please be in contact with us via ngoc.pham@helsinki.fi.