Angelika Muller (Belarus/ILO): National social dialogue institutions: European and global trends
Angelika Muller, from Belarus, studied law in Belarus and France. She has Master’s degrees in Comparative Labour Law and International Human Resources Management. After 10 years of professional experience in the private sector, including in the legal departments of multinational companies (e.g. AIRBUS and SANOFI), Angelika joined the International Labour Office (ILO) in Geneva in 2004. During 9 years she was in charge of labour law reforms in all regions worldwide. Since 2014, Angelika has been serving as Senior Specialist in Social Dialogue in the Department of Governance and Tripartism in the ILO (Geneva). Angelika has published several comparative studies on social dialogue institutions, labour law and gender equality. Angelika speaks English, French, Russian and Spanish.
|16:00 - 17:30||Session 4: Social Dialogue in Europe: Recent Trends and Practices||Charles University, Faculty of Law||-||room n. 300|