Advocates of labour rights argue that constitutional protection of the freedom of association should be interpreted to include the rights to bargain collectively and to strike. They invoke international and transnational human rights instruments, as well as the observations of the International Labour Organization’s supervisory bodies, as normative resources that can be used by constitutional courts to advance such an interpretation.
Date: 22nd January 2015, 6.00-7.00pm
Location: UCL Laws, Bentham House, WC1H 0EG
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