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The Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC, 2006), adopted by the International Labour Organization, is the fourth pillar of the international maritime regulatory regime. It both fills a gap in the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and complements the International Maritime Organization’s core conventions.
The MLC, 2006 covers most aspects of the maritime labour sector, and establishes an effective enforcement and compliance system with, for the first time, shipboard certification. Co-authored by three legal experts involved throughout its negotiation, The Maritime Labour Convention, 2006: A Legal Primer to an Emerging International Regime discusses the MLC, 2006 within the contexts of labour and maritime law, and provides an annotated version of the text.