The ILO’s Standard-Setting Action: International Legislation or Treaty Law?
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Although often described as “the old lady” of all UN Specialized agencies, the ILO is still considered to be a somewhat revolutionary organization because of its unique tripartite structure.
KeywordsCollective Bargaining International Labour Legislative Process Contractual Obligation Constitutional Amendment
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