ILO law on freedom of association: standards and procedures
Presents extracts on freedom of association and collective bargaining from international labour conventions, recommendations and other instruments. The book also outlines the procedures which various organizations may use when they feel that rights to free.
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Provisions on the rights of employers and workers organizations
Conventions and Recommendations concerning freedom of association
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accordance with national adopted allegations Application of Conventions appropriate to national article 19 articles 24 collective agreements Committee of Experts Committee on Freedom Committee's communicated competent authority concerning freedom Conciliation Commission consider consultation Conventions and Recommendations Credentials Committee decision declaration Declaration of Philadelphia delegate or adviser detailed reports direct requests Director-General Economic and Social effective employers and workers ensure established Fact-Finding and Conciliation freedom of association government concerned grievance International Labour Conference International Labour Office International Labour Organization International Labour Standards law and practice laws or regulations machinery matter measures Members multinational enterprises national conditions national law objection observations organizations of employers paid educational leave paragraph participation particular parties period policies principles procedures provided promote provisions questions ratified Conventions referred regard reply representation representative organizations Representatives Convention Right to Organize Session submitted subparagraph taken termination of employment trade union rights undertaking UNESCO United Nations vocational workers concerned