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Thursday, April 4

 17,45 – 18,00     Registration Desk

18, 00                 Welcome Cocktail   HD  Hall

 Friday, April 5

09,00 – 09,45     Registration Desk

09,45 – 10,00     Opening Ceremony

10,00 – 11,45     Plenary Session

Alexandru Ţiclea –  Romania and the International Labor Organization

Miryam de la Concepción González Rabanal – Need and motivation of the staff at the service of the public administration. An approach from the economy

Corso Stefano Maria  –  Employee voice and retaliation at the workplace: the perspective of the European Court of Human Rights

Sandra Tavares –  OIT – its present and its future in Portuguese labor law

Edvana Tiri; Erjola Aliaj –  Conventions and recommendations of international labour organisation and the historical path of the Albanian labour legislation

11,45 – 12,00    Coffee Break

12,00 – 14,00     Section Session, Part I

Septimiu Panainte – A critical overview on the workers’ representation in Romania

Vlad Barbu; Lucian Gheorghe – Ensuring continuity of work during rest leave by the professional nursing assistant

Daniel Mihail Șandru –  Daily rest – need for a preliminary reference

Graţiela Florentina Moraru – About the right of participation of the workers in the European Union

Carmen Nenu; Mădălina Iordache – The concept of decent work in Romania between normative regulation and social reality

14,00 – 15,30    Lunch – HD Restaurant

15,30 – 17,30     Section Session, Part II

Dan Ţop – ILO Conventions and Recommendations, sources of labor law and social security

Anca Aldescu – The apprenticeship contract in the comparative law

Loredana Pădure – Conventions of the International Labour Organization

Iancu Ana Maria – ILO Convention no. 183/2000 on the revision of the 1952 Convention on the protection of maternity

Lavinia Savu – A sustainable employment level promoted by economic competitiveness, social cohesion and development sustainable in Romania

17,30 – 17,45    Coffee Break

17,45 – 19,00     Section Session, Part III

Nicoleta Enache – Social protection of migrants workers

Monica Ortega Perez; Jesus  Gregorio Cuevas Medina – The right to privacy in the digital era

Laura Manea  –  Social security of migrant workers. Coordination of social security regimes. 

Lourdes Mella Mendez – The new judgment of the ECHR (affair Libert versus France) on the employer’s control and the private life of the employee: a critical approach

20,00                 Festive Dinner

Saturday, April 6

09,30 – 11,00     Section Session, Part IV

Radu Răzvan Popescu – The contribution period versus the lenght of the employment relationship

Cristina Sâmboan  –   Trade union freedom – challenges and perspectives

Guillermo Ferriol Molina – The future of the labour law

Julio Ismael Camacho Solís – Social justice in the optics of the ILO

11,00 – 11,30     Coffee Break

11,30 – 12,00     Closing of the conference. Conclusions

12,30 – 14,00     Guided Tour – Târgovişte

14,00                 Rustic Lunch – Dracula’s Brewery




Prof. Dumitra POPESCU, PhD -„Acad. Andrei Rădulescu” Legal Research Institute, Bucharest, Romania

Prof. Andrei POPESCU,  PhD  –  Court of Justice of the European Union

Prof. Lourdes MELLA MENDEZ, PhD – University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Prof. Krassimira Sredkova, PhD  – Université de Sofia, Bulgarie

Prof. Alexandru ŢICLEA, PhD – Doctoral Law School, ,,Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Police Academy of Bucharest, Romania

Prof. Antonio Pedro BAYLOS GRAU, PhD – Universty Castilla La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain

Prof. Ángel Guillermo Ruiz MORENO , PhD – University of Guadalajara, Mexic

Prof. Vlad BARBU, PhD  – „Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Police Academy of Bucharest, Romania

Prof. Carlos Luiz STRAPAZZON, PhD –  Université del Oeste de Santa Catarina, Brésil

Prof. Miryam GONZÁLEZ RABANAL, PhD – National Distance Education University, Spain

Assoc. Prof. Septimiu PANAINTE, PhD  – Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Iaşi, Romania

Assoc. Prof. Carmen NENU,  PhD   – University of Pitești, Romania

Assoc. Prof. Marcin WUJCZYK, PhD  –  Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

Assoc. Prof. Marc RÎCHEVEAUX, PhD – Université Littoral Côte d’Opale, France

Lect. Edvana TIRI, Ph.D –  Professional Business Academy, Tirana, Albania

Researcher Pascal CAILLAUD, PhD – National Center for Scientific Researc, Université de Nantes, France



Prof. Dan ŢOP, PhD – Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania

Assoc. Prof. Radu Răzvan POPESCU –  National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania

Lect. Nicoleta ENACHE, PhD – Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania

Lect. Lavinia SAVU, PhD – Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania

Lect. Loredana PĂDURE, PhD –  Hyperion University of Bucharest, Romania

Lect. Cristina SÂMBOAN, PhD – Artifex University of Bucharest, Romania

Dragoș POPOIAG, Ph D candidate – Dâmbovița County Tribunal

Marius MIHĂLĂCHIOIU, Ph D – Dâmbovița County Tribunal

Ana Maria IANCU, Ph D candidate –  Legal Adviser


۩ The Conference will take place at the  Conference Room of  Hotel Dâmbovița, B-dul Libertății nr.1, Târgovişte

۩ Conference schedule: ● December 1, 2018 –  call for papers ● February 1, 2019 – deadline for abstracts submission ● February 15, 2019 – acceptance by the Scientific Committee ● March 15, 2019 – deadline for submission of the full text of the study – in English ● March 30, 2019 –  deadline for payment of the participation fee ● April 1, 2019 – dissemination of the conference program ● April 5 – 6, 2019 – conference sessions

۩ The proposed themes or panels are:

  1. Romania and OIT
  2. The European Union and the OIT
  3. OIT and the future of labor law
  4. OIT and the future of social security law

۩ Information regarding conference registration and paper publication: Registration will be done by sending the registration form and the full text of the paper at the following e-mail address:

 The studies will be written in English and will have a length of 6-8 pages;  Page setup: A4 page (Setup: Top – 2 cm, Bottom – 2 cm, Left – 3 cm, Right – 2 cm);  The title of the paper will be written in Times New Roman font, size 14, all caps, bold, center alignment;  After two empty lines (size 12) below the title, the full name and surname will be writen, in Times New Roman font, size 12, bold, right alignment; only the surname will be written with capital letters;

 After the surname, a footnote will be inserted and the scientific title or, where appropriate, the profession, each followed by the affiliation, will be indicated in the footnote text;

 After two empty lines (size 12) below the name, the abstract will be included (max.300 words), written in Times New Roman font, size 10, italic, single line spacing, justify alignment;  On a new line below the abstract, the keywords (3-5) will be written, in Times New Roman font, size 10, italic, single line spacing, justify alignment;

 After two empty lines (size 12) below the keywords, the content of the paper will be written, formatted in Times New Roman font, size 12, single line spacing, justify alignment;

 To highlight fragments of text, use only italic font, do not use bold or underline font;

 The footnotes will be formatted as numbers, with the footnote text written in Times New Roman font, size 10, single line spacing, justify alignment. Bibliographic references in footnotes will have the following form: Author (Name, surname), Title, publisher, place, year, page(s) indication (use „p.” when referring to one page or „pp.” when referring to multiple pages). Indications in Latin (idem, op. cit., ibid., sqq etc.) will be written in italics. For bibliographic references that refer to periodicals, the footnote entries will have the following form: Author, „Article quoted”, Publication name, number, location, year, p./pp. The references to book chapters or contributions in collective works will be written in similar manner: Author A, „Chapter quoted” in Author B (coord./ed.), Title, publisher, place, year, p./pp. Each footnote text ends with a point;  After one empty line (size 12) below the text, the Bibliography will be written, in Times New Roman font, size 10, single line spacing, justify alignment. The papers submitted on time (no later than March 30, 2018) will be subject to a peer review process conducted by conference scientific reviewers in accordance with the relevant international scientific standards. Accepted papers will be published, in English, in the conference proceedings – a supplement to “Revue Europénne du Droit Social” Journal, a specialized publication BDI indexed: Index Copernicus, CEEOL, EBSCO Publishing, DESY Publication Database, Open Academic Journals Index (OAJI) et and accredited by CNCSIS.

۩  Information regarding fee payment:

The participation fee is 100 Euros. The fee covers: access to the conference sessions, conference folder, a copy of the conference proceedings (supplement to “Revue Européenne du Droit Social” Journal), Certificate of Participation, coffee breaks, 2 nights accommodation and breakfast, lunch and other expenses incurred in organizing the event. The participation fee is to be paid into the account RO69BTRLRONCRT0344905001, Banca Transilvania, Sucursala Poarta Bucureștiului, Târgovişte.


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