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[IWS] ILO: GUIDE TO INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS 2014 [10 June 2014]
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International Labour Organization (ILO)
International Training Centre
GUIDE TO INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS 2014 [10 June 2014]
[full-text, 340 pages]
This guide provides summaries of the contents of ILO Conventions and Recommendations by subject matter. Includes: Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations -- Forced labour -- Elimination of child labour and the protection of children and young persons -- Equality of opportunity and treatment -- Tripartite consultation -- Labour administration and inspection -- Employment policy and promotion -- Vocational guidance and training -- Employment security -- Wages -- Working time -- Occupational safety and health -- Social security -- Maternity protection -- Social policy -- Migrant workers -- HIV and AIDS -- Seafarers -- Fishers -- Docworkers -- Indigenous and tribal peoples -- Specific categories of workers.
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