Publications on Collective bargaining and labour relations

2009

  1. Publication

    From the right to “combine” to the right to organize

    01 August 2009

    From about 1750 onwards, workers had started to organize in Europe. Governments and employers reacted quickly, and laws and regulations were adopted to restrict such activities.

2008

  1. Publication

    Cross-border social dialogue and agreements: An emerging global industrial relations framework?

    12 May 2008

    The book examines various facets of international framework agreements (IFAs), as one of numerous private initiatives that have emerged in the absence of a state-driven multilateral framework, in view of organising a common labour relations framework at cross-border level. It also addresses relevant issues such as the possibility of cross-border solidarity action as a complement to cross-border dialogue. The title is longer available in print format but is available full text on-line using the link below.

  2. Publication

    Coffee in Kenya: Some challenges for decent work

    01 January 2008

    Working Paper 260

2007

  1. Publication

    Working paper No. 1 "Freedom of association and collective bargaining in export processing zones: Role of the ILO supervisory mechanisms"

    01 January 2007

    Discusses the principles of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations and the Committee on Freedom of Association concerning the freedom of association and collective bargaining rights of workers in export processing zones (EPZs), the recommendations made by them and the measures taken by the governments of EPZ-operating countries pursuant to such recommendations

2003

  1. Publication

    Joint IOE/ICFTU Statement in the fight against HIV/AIDS (2003)

    12 May 2003

2000

  1. Publication

    Your Voice at Work : global report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at work

    26 October 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.

  2. Publication

    Collective Bargaining: ILO standards and the principles of the supervisory bodies

    01 January 2000

    Provides an analysis of the observations made by the Committee of Experts in 1998 and 1999 on the application of the Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention, 1949 (No. 98) and related ILO standards