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Un système de contrôle international: la mise en œuvre des conventions internationales du travail (Volume 123)

(33,843 words)

Author(s): Valticos, Nicolas
Valticos, Nicolas Keywords: International Labour Organization | International labour law | Treaties | International control | Labor | Mots clefs: Organisation internationale du travail | Droit international ouvrier | Traités | Contrôle international | Travail | ABSTRACT Head of the Department of International Labor Standards at the International Labor Office The examination of the system established for the control of application of international labor conventions presents a special interest for a series of reasons, writes Nicolas …

Les méthodes de la protection internationale de la liberté syndicale (Volume 144)

(18,943 words)

Author(s): Valticos, Nicolas
Valticos, Nicolas Keywords: Trade unions | International labour law | Mots clefs: Syndicalisme | Droit international ouvrier | ABSTRACT Of all the subjects related to international labor law and more generally to human rights, Nicolas Valticos points out that the trade union freedom is the subject of the most developed international protection mechanisms and in which the art of possible and the frontier of the impossible have been pushed as far as possible. Twenty-five years after the establishment of the main mec…

International Standards of Freedom of Association for Trade Union Purposes (Volume 144)

(26,476 words)

Author(s): Yokota, Kisaburo
Yokota, Kisaburo Keywords: Trade unions | International labour law | Mots clefs: Syndicalisme | Droit international ouvrier | ABSTRACT Kisaburo Yokota, Honorary Professor at the University of Tokyo, points out that the freedom of association for trade union purposes is closely related to the freedom of association in general. First, the author presents the general features of freedom of association for trade union purposes. He then focuses on the right to organize as part of the fundamental principle of freedom of…

L’interdépendance des conventions internationales du travail (Volume 121)

(36,632 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Francis
Wolf, Francis Keywords: International labour law | Treaties | Labor | Mots clefs: Droit international ouvrier | Traités | Travail | ABSTRACT Using an example of International Labor conventions and the standards based on conventions as an attempt to demonstrate the importance of the principle of the interdependence of international instruments, the author successively examines: how do International Labor Conventions complement and integrate each other; how are other interested international organizations involved in t…

Rules of Public Order in Private International Labour Law (Volume 181)

(21,303 words)

Author(s): Gamillscheg, F.
Gamillscheg, F. Keywords: International labour law | Public order | Private international law | Mots clefs: Droit international ouvrier | Ordre public | ABSTRACT F. Gamillscheg points out in his introduction to the course on the Rules of Public Order in Private International Labor Law that issues related to international labor law are inseparable from the problem of the application of foreign labor law. Few authors consider that these two themes are identical. The author begins his course with a study of national and i…

Législation internationale du travail (Volume 51)

(28,817 words)

Author(s): IANOULOFF, Ilia
IANOULOFF, Ilia Keywords: International labour law | Mots clefs: Droit international ouvrier | ABSTRACT Ilia Ianouloff begins this course with a history of International Labor Legislation and a study of the causes of the legislation. The author then focuses on the universality of the International Labor Organization, and outlines structure and elements of the organization. The author addresses the issues of control and sanctions, competence, completed work, and the results achieved. The author then examines the legal nature of the International Labor Organization. Ilia Ianoulo…