Freedom of association: digest of decisions and principles of the Freedom of Association Committee of the governing body of the ILO.
International Labour Office, 1996 - Law - 238 pages
The task of the tripartite Committee on Freedom of Association is to deal with complaints of infringement of freedom of association submitted to it either by governments or by organizations of employers or workers. Since its establishment 44 years ago, the Committee has dealt with more than 1,800 cases, and in so doing has built up a corpus of decisions and principles on the subject. This digest brings together these decisions and principles in concise form for easy reference.
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Procedure in respect of the Committee on Freedom of Association
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