Declaration of Philadelphia: The Labor Bill of Rights Now Replaced by 'Total Market'

Marking the 75 year anniversary of the ILO’s Declaration of Philadelphia, we explore this historic Bill of Rights through the lens of Alain Supiot, author of The Spirit of Philadelphia: Social Justice vs. the Total Market

The World Bank Helps Investors Choose the Law They Want (1/2)

The World Bank Helps Investors Choose the Law They Want (1/2)

June 18, 2019

This is one of many examples that show how far the world has shifted from the paradigm of peace and social justice proposed in Philadelphia after WW2, to today’s concept of ‘Total Market’ where human beings are like ammunition in a capitalist competition and financial markets are the final arbitrator and supreme legislator of human life. Law Professor Alain Supiot speaks at the International Labor Organization

The International Labor Organization Today: Social Justice versus 'Total Market' (2/2)

The International Labor Organization Today: Social Justice versus ‘Total Market’ (2/2)

June 18, 2019

To mark the 100 year centenary of International Labor Organization and the 75 year anniversary of the Declaration of Philadelphia, TRNN present the full length original footage of Alain Supiot’s 2010 ILO Public Lecture, The Declaration of Philadelphia Today: Social justice versus total market.(Presentation in French; English translation provided in full length transcript)