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September 1994, Vol. 117, No. 9
The future of ILO standards
Chief, Equality of Rights Branch, International Labor Organization
The views expressed in this article are the author's and are not necessarily a statement of the views of the U.S. Department of Labor or the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
ILO standards have formed the basis for much social and labor legislation enacted in this century. However, to ensure a role for the organization in the future, more visibility, clear goals, reexamination, and consolidation are essential. This article examines how ILO standards must evolve to address different visions of organization and its aim among ILO constituents.
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ILO labor statistics convention: U.S. accepts new obligations. June 1991.
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