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by Lance A. Compa,Stephen F. Diamond

  • Author: Lance A. Compa,Stephen F. Diamond
  • ISBN: 0812233409
  • ISBN13: 978-0812233407
  • ePub: 1242 kb | FB2: 1764 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press (May 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 320
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Human Rights, Labor Rights, and International Trade (Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights) ePub download

Labor rights have traditionally been a concern of labor law scholars and practitioners whose work concentrates exclusively on. .

Labor rights have traditionally been a concern of labor law scholars and practitioners whose work concentrates exclusively on domestic developments. In the past decade, however, the globalization of investment and production has expanded the bounds of labor rights discourse. Contributors to this volume provide the first comprehensive view of labor rights in the international system of commerce. Stephen F. Diamond teaches law at the Santa Clara University School of Law.

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They address worker rights from the standpoints of human rights concerns, trade and development policy, and labor law principles

They address worker rights from the standpoints of human rights concerns, trade and development policy, and labor law principles. Developments in the global economy - including the European Union and the ILO; NAFTA; GATT and the new WTO; and the Japanese organization of the Pacific Rim - create issues regarding migration patterns, resource conservation and environmental protection, foreign policy, and labor

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By Lance A. Compa, Stephen F. Diamond. Human Rights, Labor Rights, and International Trade. By Lance A. Bringing the Uruguay Round of negotiations for a new General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) to a close in 1994, ministers of the 123 GATT member countries approved a declaration that worker rights must be on the agenda of the new World Trade Organization (WTO) set up to enforce GATT rules.

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The Swepston book, an extension and update of a Spanish book by his two co-authors, is basically a useful treatise on the International Labor Organization - how .

The Swepston book, an extension and update of a Spanish book by his two co-authors, is basically a useful treatise on the International Labor Organization - how it works, what actions it has taken, and the status o. With the globalization of the economies of the rich countries, the question of international labor standards is likely to be pressed with greater urgency.

Labor rights as human rights were recognized by the international community as early as 1948 in the . Compa, Lance . and Stephen F. Diamond, eds. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1996.

Labor rights as human rights were recognized by the international community as early as 1948 in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. E-mail Citation . A collection of essays from the 1990s providing a useful background on the Social Clause debate in relation to GATT.

Labor rights or workers' rights are a group of legal and human rights relating to labor relations between workers and employers, codified in national and international labor and employment law. In general, these rights influence working conditio. In general, these rights influence working conditions in relations of employment. One of the most central is the right to freedom of association, otherwise known as the right to organize. Workers organized in trade unions exercise the right to collective bargaining to improve working conditions.

rights human rights, but that there is an extensive list of these rights in human rights law. The positivist would describe the legal protection that the international community. affords labour rights, and would find that it decided to divide human rights in categories, recognising them varying degrees of protection. Treaties that followed the UDHR.

Labor rights have traditionally been a concern of labor law scholars and practitioners whose work concentrates exclusively on domestic developments. In the past decade, however, the globalization of investment and production has expanded the bounds of labor rights discourse.

Contributors to this volume provide the first comprehensive view of labor rights in the international system of commerce. They consider the avenues open to worker rights claims in the global economy under international human rights instruments, U.S. trade laws, free trade agreements, labor rights litigation, and corporate codes of conduct. They address worker rights from the standpoints of human rights concerns, trade and development policy, and labor law principles.

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