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Code of International Labour Law
Law, Practice and Jurisprudence
2 Volume Hardback Set

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  • Date Published: July 2005
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9780521847407

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  • The Code of International Labour Law brings together for the first time in coherent sequence the entire range of materials relating to international labour law, as adopted by the International Labour Conference and the Governing Body of the International Labour Office, together with all relevant authoritative commentary on these measures by official organs of the ILO.

    • The first unique two part set detailing principles and standards relating to International Labour Law
    • Of particular interest to Government officials, NGOs and International Organisations, as well as to practitioners working in the field and academics
    • A 'must-have' addition to anyone's collection of Labour Law material, working in the International arena
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    "This beautifully produced two volume set brings together all of the key statutory materials relating to international labor law."
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    • Date Published: July 2005
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9780521847407
    • length: 846 pages
    • dimensions: 255 x 185 x 190 mm
    • weight: 6.8kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Volume 1: Part I. The Nature of International Labour Law: Title 1. The instruments
    Title 2. The institutions
    Title 3. Process
    Title 4. Supervision: procedures
    Part II. The Core: Fundamental Standards of International Labour Law
    Title 5. The ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at work and its follow-up
    Title 5. Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining
    Title 6. Equality of rights and treatment
    Title 7. Freedom from forced labour
    Title 8: Freedom from child labour. Volume 2: Book 1: Part I. Provisions Applicable Generally: Title 1. Industrial relations and labour administration
    Title 2. Employment, unemployment, training, rehabilitation and employment security
    Title 3. Employment of women
    Title 4. Older workers
    Title 5. Migrant workers
    Title 6. Indigenous and tribal populations
    Title 7. Workers in non-metropolitan territories
    Title 8. Social policy
    Part II. Benefits: Title 9. Comprehensive standards
    Title 10. Medical care and sickness benefits
    Title 11. Maternity benefits
    Title 12. Employment injury benefits
    Title 13. Invalidity benefits
    Title 14. Survivors' benefits
    Title 15. Old age benefits
    Title 16. Unemployment benefits
    Part 3: Conditions of Work
    Title 17. Hours of work
    Title 18. Night work
    Title 19. Weekly rest
    Title 20. Paid leave
    Title 21. Wages
    Title 22. Welfare and welfare facilities. Volume 2: Book 2: Part 4: Occupational Safety and Health: Title 23. General provisions
    Title 24. Building industry
    Title 25. Commerce and industry
    Title 26. Dock work
    Title 27. Mines
    Title 28. Agriculture
    Part 5: Labour Administration and Labour Inspection: Title 29. Labour administration and labour inspection
    Part 6: Provisions on Particular Occupational Sectors: Title 30. Part-time workers
    Title 31. Home workers
    Title 32. Plantation workers
    Title 33. Tenants and sharecroppers
    Title 34. Nursing personnel
    Title 35. Hotels and restaurants
    Part 7: Maritime and Seafarers
    Title 36. Entry and admission into employment
    Title 37. Minimum standards, employment continuity and identity documents
    Title 38. Training
    Title 39. Certificates of competency
    Title 40. General conditions of employment
    Title 41. Safety, Health and welfare
    Title 42. Labour inspection
    Title 43. Social security
    Title 44. Fishermen
    Title 45. Dockers
    Title 46. Inland boatmen.

  • Editor

    Neville Rubin, University of Cape Town

    Consultant Editors

    Evance Kalula

    Bob Hepple

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