Self-Determination: Politics and the Workplace

By:
Prof John Richard Ennals
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The paper takes core concepts of control and participation, and explores the implications for the workplace of status difference, human rights and self determination. It draws on an international conference, and is linked to ongoing research on slavery and citizenship. Responsibilities and accountability tend to be blurred, and law is often not enforced. The paper explores ways forward, and seeks to make sense of continuing silences.


Keywords: Citizenship, Control, Corporate Social Responsibility, Human Rights, Participation, Self-Determination
Stream: Politics, Public Policy and Law
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation in English
Paper: Self-Determination


Prof John Richard Ennals

Professor, Centre for Working Life Research, Kingston University
Kingston, KT2 7lB, UK

Prof Richard Ennals engages in inter-disciplinary research in working life, involving work organisation, health, education and information technology. The work is in association with the UK Work Organisation Network (joint chief executive Prof Peter Totterdill), and other sponsors.

Ref: I06P0058