International Labour Standards and Social Policy Principles

Dec 9, 2002

Fundamental labour rights such as freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining, as enshrined in the principles of the International Labor Organiztion (ILO), are foundational conditions for good social policy, argues Eddy Lee.


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