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International Labour Law

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Lammy BettenAssociate Professor of Law, Europa Instituut, University of Utrecht, Netherlands

ISBN13: 9789065447081
ISBN: 9065447083
Published: May 1993
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Paperback
Price: £98.00



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Presenting a selection of key issues in the field of international labour law, this work deals with some of the most pressing problems facing governments, employers and workers. Extensive consideration is given to developments with regard to the right to freedom of association, the problems of forced labour, equality of treatment, and working conditions in general, the position of young persons, migrant workers and women.;The author examines the most recent case law of the ILO and other international supervisory bodies, including the cases of the German ""Berufsverbote"". the British GCHQ and the Romanian ""systematic policy"". The work offers an assimilation of information and analysis across a subject area which has remained largely untouched. It should be of value to academic lawyers, legal practitioners, trade union and employer association officials, as well as to a wide range of professionals in associated fields.

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Contents:
Part 1 Development of international labour law: historical background of international labour law; the organizations - International Labour Organisation (ILO), United Nations (Organizations), European organizations, other regional organizations.
Part 2 Contents of international labour law: freedom of association; forced labour; equality in employment and occupation; working conditions; protection of women at work - equal treatment; work of children and young persons; employment policy - migrant workers.
Part 3 Implementation of international labour law - supervisory procedures: implementation of international labour law - implementation at national levels, international supervisory procedures.