The International Labour Organization and the Quest for Social Justice, 1919-2009
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Rodgers, Gerry; Lee, Eddy; Swepston, Lee; Van Daele, Jasmien
[Excerpt] This book explores some of the main ideas which the ILO has seized, developed and applied, examines their history and tells how they were pursued in different geographical and historical settings. And, since the ILO revolves around ideas, that helps us understand why the ILO has sometimes thrived, sometimes suffered, but always survived and persisted to pursue its goals through the political and economic upheavals of the last 90 years.
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ILO; labor; International Labor Organization; union; labor rights; human rights; labor movement