International Trade Union Rights for the New Millennium

Following four years of research and consultation, this report highlights the need for international labour standards to be strengthened.

Keith Ewing Tom Sibley | Dec 2000
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Following four years of research and consultation, this report highlights the need for those international labour standards concerning freedom of association to be consolidated, simplified and strengthened.

The authors suggest that the five existing ILO Conventions together with their associated jurisprudence should be consolidated into a single, comprehensive statement of Freedom of Association. They also suggest that there should be a new right for unions to bargain and take action at an international level to counterbalance the ever-increasing power of the transnationals.

A5; 112pp; ISBN 1 873271 84 0;

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