Update: 19.08.2011

ILO Conventions

The following principles are legally binding for all member states to the ILO, even if they have not ratified the respective conventions: Right to association, prohibition of forced or compulsory labour, freedom of association, right to organize and bargain collectively, equal remuneration rights for men and women, abolition of forced labour, prohibition of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation, minimum age for admission to employment, and the prohibition and immediate action for the elimination of the worst forms of child labour. They are documented in the eight fundamental conventions of the ILO:

Eight Fundamental Conventions

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