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Prof. Harry Glasbeek - ‘Corporate Crime Fighter’

NZ Council of Trade Unions Presents...

Professor Harry Glasbeek - ‘Corporate Crime Fighter’

Harry Glasbeek is the Australian-born Emeritus Professor of Law at Osgood Hall Law School Toronto and Visiting Professor at the University of Melbourne whose most recent book is "Wealth by Stealth": Corporate Crime, Corporate Law and the Perversion of Democracy". Glasbeek is known by generations of students for his brilliant, funny lectures at Osgoode Hall Law School. He has published more than 100 articles and papers on policing and racism, unions, occupational safety and health, corporations,corpaorate responsibility, industrial manslaughter and corporate criminality. His latest book, his tenth, is Wealth by Stealth, a scathing introduction to the operations of the modern corporation. He has been described as an "unsung hero of the Canadian occupational safety and health movement."

The CTU has supported his visit to Wellington and the following programme (overleaf)


"Wealth by Stealth"
Thursday 14th April
Public Lecture 5.30pm
Victoria University Law School

Meeting for union officals on
strategies for corporate campaigning
Friday 15th April
11am at CTU

"Corporate Manslaughter: holding
corporations criminally liable for
workplace homicide."
Tuesday 12th April
Public Lecture 12.30-2pm
St John's Conference Centre


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