The Latin American Institute of Labor Law and Social Security aims to:
1.- Promote the scientific, academic, research and professional improvement of its members through forums, congresses, courses and academic exchanges.
2.- The compilation, classification and updating of Latin American labor legislation on labor, social security and other related matters.
3.- Promote the creation and exchange of ideas and publications of a labor law and social security nature among associates and with associations and institutions related to ILTRAS.
4.- Promote the dissemination of the specialized works of its associates, as well as disseminate those research works within the framework of labor and social security issues.
The stated objectives are illustrative and not limiting, so that the Latin American Institute of Labor Law and Social Security will carry out all the positive acts and steps that are within its reach for the greater rapprochement between Ibero-American laborists, in the first place, and those belonging to other regions, as well as serving the interests of their societies and of all those in the orbit of Labor and Social Security.
The Latin American Institute of Labor Law and Social Security has as a precedent of its creation, the Resolution of the II National Congress of Labor and Social Security Law held in the city of Córdoba Argentina in April 1962, which approved a report prepared by the "Juan B. Alberdi" Labor Law Institute of the Law School of the University of Tucumán, which prepared the draft regulations for the Institute, with the support of Mario de la Cueva, Alfredo J. Ruprecht and Octavio Bueno Magano.
Then, at the III Conference of Latin American Law Schools held in Chile in 1963, the aforementioned was ratified, and the regulations were incorporated into the agenda set for the IV Conference of Latin American Law Schools held in Uruguay in 1965, where the bases for the creation were ratified. of the Institute, approving the draft regulations presented by Dr. Mariano R. Tissembaun who was the director of the Institute of Labor Law "Juan R. Alberdi" of the Faculty of Law of the University of Tucumán at that time, in which created the Latin American Institute of Labor Law and Social Security.
Therefore, it is observed that the main initiative for the creation of the Institute was Dr. Mariano Tissembaun with the support of professors such as Mario de la Cueva and other teachers who highlight the history of Latin American Labor Law, with Dr. Tissembaun being the first president. others like Russomano, Ruprecht and Bueno Magano, who organized a Congress of the Institute in Sao Paulo Brazil at the end of the seventies.
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