April 11, 2017

UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center

425 Westwood Plaza

Los Angeles, CA 90095


Now more than ever, in this divided political era, higher education institutions like UCLA have an important role to play in upholding workers' rights. Universities are where rigorous data-driven research happens on pressing economic, workplace, and political issues. They are where students develop research and critical thinking skills and engage directly in the cities where they live. 

For over 70 years, the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment has conducted timely and impactful research on labor markets and how work impacts workers and their families. As home to the UCLA Labor Center, the Labor Occupational Safety and Health Program (LOSH), and Human Resources Roundtable (HARRT), IRLE has been at the forefront of shifting the conversation about work in Los Angeles and nationwide. 

Join us to celebrate and vision UCLA's work on behalf of working people and their families today and beyond. 


 Maria Elena Durazo

Democratic National Committee
General Vice President for Immigration
Civil Rights, and Diversity, UNITE HERE

 Robin D.G. Kelley

Gary B. Nash Endowed Chair in U.S. History, UCLA

 Abel Valenzuela

UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment



Self-pay parking available in Structure 8

 Reception: 5:30 p.m. Program: 7:00 p.m.