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Unacceptable Forms of Work : a global and comparative study.

Fudge, Judy and McCann, Deirdre (2015) 'Unacceptable Forms of Work : a global and comparative study.', Project Report. International Labour Organization, Geneva.

Abstract

Unacceptable forms of work (UFW) have been identified by the International Labour Organization (ILO) as work in conditions that deny fundamental principles and rights at work, put at risk the lives, health, freedom, human dignity and security of workers or keep households in conditions of poverty.The report takes as the central purpose of identifying UFW to devise targeted social and economic policies that aim to eliminate or transform jobs that are entirely unacceptable

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Record Created:05 Mar 2015 10:05
Last Modified:06 Apr 2016 09:30

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