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FUTURE OF ILO

Written BY: HARSHITA GUPTA, Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology INTRODUCTION The International Labour Organization (ILO) is a United Nations agency responsible for dealing with employment-related matters crosswise the world, including employment standards and problems of exploitation. The ILO records grievances against organisations that intrude upon established rules but does not sanction or disincentives organisations or governments. As we know, today and in future human resource will be in needed for carrying out activities for …

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Regional Human Rights Instruments by The International Labour Organization

Written By Tushitta Murali, Tamil Nadu National Law University INTRODUCTION The International Labour Organization is an organ of the United Nations and has been in force since 1919. It is the only tripartite organ of the United Nations. It brings together governments, employers and employees from the member states currently 187 in number to develop policies, set labour standards and design programmes to promote work that is not derogatory to any gender and creates safeguards …

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ANALYSIS ON INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION

By Bharti Mishra., Central University of South Bihar INTRODUCTION The International Labour Organization (ILO) was established on 29th October 1919, in the wake of a destructive war. Previous to the formation of International Labour Organization there was no organization as such for looking at the rights of labours and providing them safeguard. Therefore, taking this into consideration there was a formation of International Labour Organization. In 2019 ILO celebrated its 100th anniversary. It became UN’s …

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PRINCIPLES OF THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION

Written by-ANKITA MATHUR ,Faculty of law ,Delhi University  INTRODUCTION The International Labour Organization (ILO) is a branch of the United Nations and its main objective is to cause social and economic justice through setting international labour conditions and living standards. It was established in 1919 by the Treaty of Versailles as an affiliated agency of the League of countries .The ILO became the primary affiliated specialized agency of the United Nations around the world responded …

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RESPONSIBILITIES OF CORPORATE ACTORS IN LABOUR LAWS

By Anjali ,IAMR law college INTRODUCTION Labour faces exploitation in many ways  such as unequal wages, paying fewer wages , harrasment etc. Unfair labour practice can be done with both employers and workers. Unfair labour practice can create un unfair treatment is in any respect of workers and employers. To reduce this exploitation labour laws come into force. Labour law is a body of laws , administrative rulling and precendents. Labour laws talks about relationships …

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