ILO Convention (no. 111) concerning discrimination (employment and occupation): message from the President of the United States transmitting ILO Convention (no. 111) concerning discrimination (employment and occupation), adopted by the International Labor Conference at its 42nd session in Geneva on June 25, 1958
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