A CENTENARY OF EFFORTS AND IMPLEMENTATIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL WORK ORGANIZATION

Alina Paula LARION

Abstract


Year 2019 marks 100 years since the founding of the International Labour Organization, one of the oldest international organizations. This organization is dedicated to promoting social justice and respect for human rights, especially internationally recognized right to work, advancing the idea of creating decent jobs. It was created after the peace negotiations after the First World War on 11 April 1919. The research conducted reflects the most important events in the organization’s work and the legal instruments it has adopted over the course of ten decades. Among the most relevant labour standards developed by the ILO over time, we can mention: the Philadelphia Declaration adopted in 1944, the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in 1998, the 2008 Declaration.

Keywords


International Labour Organization; decent work; social justice

References


ILO Constitution;

Larion, A.P., (2016) Teză de doctorat;

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Voiculescu, N., (2009) Drept comunitar al muncii, Editura Wolters Kluwer, Bucureşti, 2009;

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ILO Implementation Plan 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.


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