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International Labour Standards: How to Use Them

Level: beginner
Beatriz Vacotto, Jeffrey Vogt, Paul Whitehead, Stefanie Lorenzen, Tandiwe Gross, and Maité Llanos

Workers’ Rights are Human Rights. International Labour Standards are designed to provide minimum levels of protection every worker should enjoy. They serve as safeguards against exploitative and dangerous working conditions. Reaffirmed by the UN Sustainable Development Goals, fundamental rights and dignity at the workplace are a precondition for building inclusive and sustainable societies. However, making respect for workers’ rights a reality remains a daily struggle for far too many.

This short online course offers a mix of video lectures, readings, discussion questions and self-learning options to provide you with knowledge and practical skills for using International Labour Standards to promote and defend worker’s rights worldwide.

University: None
Platform: Iversity
Start:
Recurrence: flexible
Language: English
Discipline: Economics, Social Sciences
Attendance: free
Certificate: -
Workload per week: -
Tags collective bargaining , freedom of association , freedom of strike , labour , labour standards , strike , workers' rights

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