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Fundamental Principles & Rights

In 1998, the international community decided that certain principles should be recognized as "fundamental" principles and rights at the work place. The debate that preceded the conclusion took place in many fora over many years, roughly starting in the years after the fall of communism in 1989. These principles and rights, concerning freedom of association and the right to collectively bargain, equality, and freedom from forced and child labour, have been the subjects of a range of LiD projects and collaborations.

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Training Materials for a Global Alliance Against Forced Labour

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