A report on the 1970 International Labor Conference

Goldberg, Joseph P.
September 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Sep70, Vol. 93 Issue 9, p24
Academic Journal
Highlights the 54th session of the International Labor Conference. Social and economic aspects of poverty; Trade union rights in relation to civil liberties; Adoption of a convention on minimum wage fixing; Social youth employment and training schemes for development purposes.


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