The Resource Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work : From commitment to action

Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work : From commitment to action

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Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work : From commitment to action
Title
Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work
Title remainder
From commitment to action
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Language
eng
Summary
Recurrent discussion under the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization and the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work
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MiAaPQ
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Office, International Labour
Dewey number
337.1
LC call number
K1704.8 -- .C66 2012eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
International Labour Conference 101st Session 2012, Report VI
Series volume
v.6
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  • Employee rights -- Congresses
  • Globalization -- Social aspects -- Congresses
  • Social justice -- Congresses
Label
Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work : From commitment to action
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https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=991931
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online resource
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multicolored
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 Fundamental principles and rights at work: Rights and enabling conditions -- Core labour principles and rights -- FPRW as enabling conditions -- Linking economic and social development -- FPRW for a fair globalization -- Chapter 2 Trends and gaps in the realization of fundamental principles and rights at work -- A. Situation with regard to the ratification of the fundamental Conventions -- B. Dynamic global picture by category of FPRW:Main trends -- 1. Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining -- 2. The elimination of all forms of forcedor compulsory labour -- 3. Effective elimination of child labour -- 4. Elimination of discrimination inemployment and occupation -- C. Topical issues common to the four categories of FPRW -- 1. Non-standard forms of employment, the employment relationship and access to FPRW -- 2. The informal economy -- 3. Groups and categories of workers at risk -- 4. Workers in export processing zones and export sectors -- 5. Strengthening the enforcement of FPRW at the national level: A crucial challenge -- Table -- 2.1. Ratifications of the fundamental Conventions since 1995 -- 2.2. Status of fundamental Conventions in respect of non-metropolitan territories -- 2.3. Percentage of world population covered by the fundamental Conventions -- 2.4. Proportion of reports received by the CEACR on the fundamental Conventionscontaining information on labour inspection actions or other statistics -- 2.5. Proportion of reports received by the CEACR on the fundamental Conventions containing information on court decisions -- Figure -- 2.1. Growth in ratifications of the fundamental Conventions since 1995 -- 2.2. Total number of ratifications and those still missing by fundamental Conventions
  • 2.3. Trade union density (TUD) in OECD countries, 1999 and 2009 -- 2.4. Collective bargaining coverage (CBC) in OECD countries, 1997 and 2007 -- 2.5. Trade union density (TUD) in developing and transition countries, circa 2007 -- 2.6. Collective bargaining coverage (CBC) in developing and transition countries, circa 2007 -- Chapter 3 Towards a more coordinated use of the ILO's means of action -- A. The current framework for ILO action on FPRW -- 1. Programming and evaluation -- 2. ILO programmes on FPRW -- 3. Annual Reviews -- 4. Resources for ILO action on FPRW -- 5. Issues relating to the framework for ILO action on FPRW -- B. Technical cooperation -- 1. Framework for technical cooperationat the national level -- 2. Drawing lessons from technical cooperation on FPRW -- 3. Promising avenues for technical cooperation on FPRW -- 4. Main challenges and opportunities -- C. Technical capacity and research -- D. Standards-related action -- 1. Special place of FPRW in ILO standards-related action -- 2. Realization of FPRW through enhanced integration of the work of the supervisory bodies and technical cooperation and assistance -- 3. Standards-related action as a means of promoting the contribution of FPRW to decent work -- 4. Standard-setting in relation to FPRW:Possible elements for consideration -- Figure -- 3.1. Delivery of IPEC technical cooperation resources by region, 2000-11 -- 3.2. Delivery of DECLARATION technical cooperation resources relatingto the promotion of freedom of association and the effective recognition of collective bargaining, 2000-11 -- 3.3. Delivery of DECLARATION technical cooperation resources relatingto forced labour (SAP-FL) by region, 2000-11 -- 3.4. Delivery of DECLARATION technical cooperation resources relating to non-discrimination by region, 2000-11 -- 3.5. Expenditure by DECLARATION and IPEC, 2000-11
  • Chapter 4 Initiatives in other frameworks to promote fundamental and rights at work -- A. Contribution of multilateral organizations to the promotion of FPRW -- 1. The United Nations: A system-wide commitment -- 2. International financial institutions: Developments with regard to FPRW -- 3. ILO efforts to promote policy coherence in the multilateral system in relation to FPRW -- B. Use of FPRW by ILO Members intrade arrangements -- C. The role of private voluntary initiatives in promoting FPRW -- D. Transnational industrial relations and the promotion of FPRW -- Figure -- 4.1. The evolution of bilateral and regional trade agreementscontaining labour provisions between 1990 and 2011 -- Table -- 4.1. Number of countries and other entities covered by trade agreements containing labour provisions by the end of 2011 -- Suggested points for discussion by the Conference with a view to the adoption of a plan of action on fundamental principles and rights at work (2012-16)
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (120 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789221245087
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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unknown sound
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remote
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC991931
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL991931
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10583477
  • (OCoLC)809769147
Label
Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work : From commitment to action
Link
https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=991931
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 Fundamental principles and rights at work: Rights and enabling conditions -- Core labour principles and rights -- FPRW as enabling conditions -- Linking economic and social development -- FPRW for a fair globalization -- Chapter 2 Trends and gaps in the realization of fundamental principles and rights at work -- A. Situation with regard to the ratification of the fundamental Conventions -- B. Dynamic global picture by category of FPRW:Main trends -- 1. Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining -- 2. The elimination of all forms of forcedor compulsory labour -- 3. Effective elimination of child labour -- 4. Elimination of discrimination inemployment and occupation -- C. Topical issues common to the four categories of FPRW -- 1. Non-standard forms of employment, the employment relationship and access to FPRW -- 2. The informal economy -- 3. Groups and categories of workers at risk -- 4. Workers in export processing zones and export sectors -- 5. Strengthening the enforcement of FPRW at the national level: A crucial challenge -- Table -- 2.1. Ratifications of the fundamental Conventions since 1995 -- 2.2. Status of fundamental Conventions in respect of non-metropolitan territories -- 2.3. Percentage of world population covered by the fundamental Conventions -- 2.4. Proportion of reports received by the CEACR on the fundamental Conventionscontaining information on labour inspection actions or other statistics -- 2.5. Proportion of reports received by the CEACR on the fundamental Conventions containing information on court decisions -- Figure -- 2.1. Growth in ratifications of the fundamental Conventions since 1995 -- 2.2. Total number of ratifications and those still missing by fundamental Conventions
  • 2.3. Trade union density (TUD) in OECD countries, 1999 and 2009 -- 2.4. Collective bargaining coverage (CBC) in OECD countries, 1997 and 2007 -- 2.5. Trade union density (TUD) in developing and transition countries, circa 2007 -- 2.6. Collective bargaining coverage (CBC) in developing and transition countries, circa 2007 -- Chapter 3 Towards a more coordinated use of the ILO's means of action -- A. The current framework for ILO action on FPRW -- 1. Programming and evaluation -- 2. ILO programmes on FPRW -- 3. Annual Reviews -- 4. Resources for ILO action on FPRW -- 5. Issues relating to the framework for ILO action on FPRW -- B. Technical cooperation -- 1. Framework for technical cooperationat the national level -- 2. Drawing lessons from technical cooperation on FPRW -- 3. Promising avenues for technical cooperation on FPRW -- 4. Main challenges and opportunities -- C. Technical capacity and research -- D. Standards-related action -- 1. Special place of FPRW in ILO standards-related action -- 2. Realization of FPRW through enhanced integration of the work of the supervisory bodies and technical cooperation and assistance -- 3. Standards-related action as a means of promoting the contribution of FPRW to decent work -- 4. Standard-setting in relation to FPRW:Possible elements for consideration -- Figure -- 3.1. Delivery of IPEC technical cooperation resources by region, 2000-11 -- 3.2. Delivery of DECLARATION technical cooperation resources relatingto the promotion of freedom of association and the effective recognition of collective bargaining, 2000-11 -- 3.3. Delivery of DECLARATION technical cooperation resources relatingto forced labour (SAP-FL) by region, 2000-11 -- 3.4. Delivery of DECLARATION technical cooperation resources relating to non-discrimination by region, 2000-11 -- 3.5. Expenditure by DECLARATION and IPEC, 2000-11
  • Chapter 4 Initiatives in other frameworks to promote fundamental and rights at work -- A. Contribution of multilateral organizations to the promotion of FPRW -- 1. The United Nations: A system-wide commitment -- 2. International financial institutions: Developments with regard to FPRW -- 3. ILO efforts to promote policy coherence in the multilateral system in relation to FPRW -- B. Use of FPRW by ILO Members intrade arrangements -- C. The role of private voluntary initiatives in promoting FPRW -- D. Transnational industrial relations and the promotion of FPRW -- Figure -- 4.1. The evolution of bilateral and regional trade agreementscontaining labour provisions between 1990 and 2011 -- Table -- 4.1. Number of countries and other entities covered by trade agreements containing labour provisions by the end of 2011 -- Suggested points for discussion by the Conference with a view to the adoption of a plan of action on fundamental principles and rights at work (2012-16)
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (120 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789221245087
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC991931
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL991931
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10583477
  • (OCoLC)809769147

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