15.04.2018

Finding the red flyer was destiny

Each year, the Global Labour University (GLU) invites applicants to its graduate programmes on policies for social justice. An alumnus speaks of her good fortune in attending one.

Edlira Xhafa at protests for free and quality public education in Albania. Photo by FES/Edlira Xhafa.

For Edlira Xhafa, studying at the Global Labour University was a life-changing experience. The native Albanian had long been involved in workers’ rights, but the course brought an international perspective to her work, and led to her co-authorship of a study on Cambodia’s integration in the global value chain. 

Each year, the Global Labour University (GLU) invites applicants to its graduate programmes on policies for social justice. The GLU is a network of trade unions, universities, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) and the International Labour Organization. Policy areas covered by its graduate programmes include international labour standards, development and economics.

Edlira Xhafa, who obtained a Masters degree in Labour Policies and Globalisation from the GLU in Germany, spoke to FES about her experience with the programme, and what it has meant for her work. 

Click here to read the full interview with Edlira Xhafa

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