Instruments of the International Labour Organization (ILO) – 1


Four fundamental principles govern the self-understanding and activities of the ILO:
 

• Freedom of organisation and the right to collective bargaining.
• The elimination of forced labour.
• The elimination of child labour.
• Prohibition of discrimination in employment and occupation.
 

In eight conventions, from 1930 to 1999, these basic principles came to be formulated. They constitute the central working norms of the ILO.

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