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Ghana (114)

Last NATLEX review: 22/09/2014

All subjects 114
  1. General provisions(+) (43)
    1. Constitutional law (5)
    2. Labour codes, general labour and employment acts (2)
    3. Civil, commercial and family law (2)
    4. Criminal and penal law (8)
    5. Human rights (3)
    6. Economic and social policy (6)
  2. Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations (2)
  3. Elimination of forced labour (1)
  4. Elimination of child labour, protection of children and young persons (4)
  5. Equality of opportunity and treatment(+) (2)
    1. Non-discrimination (1)
  6. Employment policy, promotion of employment and employment services(+) (1)
    1. Disabled workers (1)
  7. Education, vocational guidance and training (4)
  8. Cooperatives (2)
  9. Conditions of employment(+) (4)
    1. Wages (4)
  10. Conditions of work(+) (1)
    1. Hours of work, weekly rest and paid leave (1)
  11. Occupational safety and health(+) (8)
    1. Protection against particular hazards (2)
    2. Protection in certain sectors of economic activity (1)
  12. Social security (general standards)(+) (7)
    1. Old-age, invalidity and survivors benefit (1)
    2. Employment accident and occupational disease benefit (3)
    3. Unemployment benefit (1)
    4. Social assistance and services (1)
  13. Migrant workers (8)
  14. Seafarers(+) (8)
    1. Seafarers - Vocational guidance and training (1)
    2. Seafarers - Certification of qualifications and identity documents (2)
  15. Fishers (2)
  16. Dock workers (1)
  17. Indigenous and tribal peoples (3)
  18. Specific categories of workers(+) (11)
    1. Mining and quarrying workers (1)
    2. Community, social and personal services workers (1)
    3. Public and civil servants (8)
  19. International agreements(+) (2)
    1. International social security agreements (1)
    2. Other international agreements (1)
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