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The Labor and Worklife Program (LWP), a research and public policy center at Harvard Law School is seeking applications for a dynamic, committed labor educator to fill the position of Executive Director. The Labor and Worklife Program is Harvard University's forum for research and engagement on the world of work and its implications for society. The LWP brings together scholars, policy experts and practitioners from a variety of disciplines to analyze critical labor issues in law, economy and society. As a multidisciplinary research and policy network, focused on the changing world of work, worker organizations and representation, the LWP organizes conferences, forums, workshops, programs, research and projects that seek to understand critical changes in labor markets, labor law, and work. The LWP also provides unique education for labor leaders throughout the world through the intensive 6-week residential executive program, the Harvard Trade Union Program (founded in 1942)

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