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  1. The Labor Center is a research and extension department at the University of California Los Angeles focused on organized labor and labor rights. It was created in 1964 as the Center for Labor Research and Education and is a unit of the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment. 1 History 2 Publications

    UCLA Labor Center - Wikipedia

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  2. UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment - Wikipedia

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    The UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment ( IRLE) is an interdisciplinary research unit within the College of Letters & Science, Division of Social Science, dedicated to research, teaching, and discussion of labor and employment issues. It was founded in 1945 as the UCLA Institute of Industrial Relations.

  3. UCLA Labor Center - Wikipedia

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    The Labor Center is a research and extension department at the University of California Los Angeles focused on organized labor and labor rights. It was created in 1964 as the Center for Labor Research and Education and is a unit of the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment. 1 History 2 Publications

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    • USD 4 million a year, as of 2005.
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  5. The Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (IRLE) is a multidisciplinary research center dedicated to research, teaching, and service on labor and employment issues.

  6. The Labor Studies program offers UCLA undergraduates an opportunity to learn about the workplace and the social, political, and economic forces that influence it. The program places emphasis on the labor market, public policy, employment relati ons, unions, and working-class movements. It also explores issues of race, class, and gender in the workplace.

  7. UCLA Labor Center | Overview

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    The UCLA Labor Center is housed in the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, a multidisciplinary research center dedicated to the study, teaching, and discussion of labor and employment issues at UCLA.

  8. Other activities continued to be housed at the UCLA and UC Berkeley Institutes, which both changed their names in spring 2007, and are now known as the Institutes for Research on Labor and Employment. The Miguel Contreras Labor Program, which serves as an umbrella over all the UC labor research and education programs, was approved by the UC Regents in early 2007.

  9. The Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (IRLE) is a multidisciplinary research center dedicated to research, teaching, and service on labor and employment issues.

  10. 8 units of course credit are valid for upper division credit; can also be used towards the Labor Studies or related field (first check with departmental advisor). This program fulfills the Labor Studies Major Capstone Requirement. Financial aid is available to qualified UCLA undergraduate students.

  11. UCLA Labor Center

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    The UCLA Labor Center believes that a public university belongs to the people and should advance quality education and employment for all. Every day we bring together workers, students, faculty, and policymakers to address the most critical issues facing working people today.