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Human Rights and Labour Law

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ISBN13: 9780720121483
ISBN: 0720121485
Published: July 1994
Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



A collection of 14 essays by leading figures in the field of human rights and labour law, making a contribution to the subject which is currently the centre of fierce debate and political controversy, with special focus on the current EC Social Charter and the European Convention of Human Rights. Each essay looks at a contemporary issue within a historical context, at the same time addressing future perspectives.

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Contents:
1. The ILO and the Protection of Freedom of Association in the United Kingdom, W.B. Creighton; 2. Freedom of Association and the Interests of the State, Gillian Morris; 3. Trade Unions and Democracy in Transitional Societies: Reflections on Russia and South Africa, Bob Hepple; 4. The Role of the European Court of Justice in the Development of Community Labour Law; 5. Collective Bargaining and the Protection of Social Rights in Europe, Brian Bercusson; 6. Using Community Law to Protect Workers' Rights: A Case Study, B.W. Napier; 7. The Bill of Rights Debate: Democracy or Juristocracy in Britain?, K.D. Ewing; 8. Democracy and a Bill of Rights: Some Lessons from Ireland, C.A. Gearty; 9. Who Can remedy Human Rights Abuses? The 'State Action' Question, Michael Forde; 10. Taking on the Individual Trade Unionist: A New Emphasis in Legal, Intervention, Sonia McKay; 11. The Strike and Breach of Contract: A Reassessment, Patrick Elias; 12. Criminal Law and the Development of Labour Relations in 19th-Century Ireland, J. McEldowney; 13. Change and Continuity: British Social Security Law in the 1990s, Julian Fulbrook; 14. The Evolution of Administrative Justice in England: The Case of Social Security, Martin Partington; A Bibliography of the Writings of Paul O'Higgins.