Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining

  1. Lao people's democratic Republic - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  2. Kenya - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  3. Jordan - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  4. Iraq - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  5. Islamic Republic of Iran - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  6. India - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  7. Buinee-Bissau - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  8. China - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  9. Canada - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  10. Brazil - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  11. Brunei Darussalam - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  12. Bahrain - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  13. United Arab Emirates - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  14. Afganistan - Country baselines under the ILO Declaration Annual Review (2000-2008): Freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining (FACB)

    15 February 2008

  15. Organizing for social justice. Global report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on fundamental principles and rights at work. Report of the Director-General, 2004

    20 May 2004

    Freedom of association, and the recognition of the right to bargain collectively, are not only fundamental human rights at work, but also vital elements of economic, social and political processes. Organizing for social justice takes account of the current trends in exercising these rights as well as the significant challenges that still remain in many parts of the world, particularly in the today’s global economy.

  16. Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining: A study of Indonesian experience 1998-2003

    01 September 2003

    Patrick Quinn served as the Chief Technical Adviser of an ILO project in Indonesia that sought to help trade unionists, inter alia, how to organize and administer workers’ organizations and how to negotiate with employers – starting in the late 1990s when the Suharto regime first began to wobble and them fell in mid-1998, and continuing up to early 2003. He was therefore a privileged observer of the changes that occurred, well placed to report on developments. For that reason, I asked him to put black on white what he had seen and heard for the preparation of the ILO’s forthcoming second global report on freedom of association and collective bargaining, which is due to be discussed at next June’s International Labour Conference.

  17. The Links between Collective Bargaining and Equality

    01 September 2002

    Professors Blackett and Sheppard were commissioned by the ILO to write this Working Paper, as an input for preparing the ILO Director-General's Global Report to the 2003 session of the International Labour Conference 2. Their paper explores a complex and wide-ranging subject, i.e. the interface between collective bargaining and equality under current conditions of work. It argues that these two fundamental principles and rights are mutually reinforcing and can together promote workplace governance which reconciles economic with social goals. The paper draws upon a number of concrete examples of how the negotiation process has contributed to the promotion of equality of opportunities and treatment on grounds such as gender, disability, and religion, and shows how an equality agenda can enhance the scope, effectiveness and legitimacy of collective bargaining.

  18. Your voice at work. Global report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on fundamental principles and rights at work. Report of the Director-General, 2000

    25 May 2000

    Reports on freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining in ILO member States. Reviews the challenges and opportunities that globalization and social change present to the world of work, and their implications for freedom of association and collective bargaining and summarizes major trends in respect of these principles and rights. Assesses ILO assistance in their promotion and suggests a framework for future ILO action.