Origins of the ILO
The aspiration to a world in which every man may benefit from economic and social progress to ensure in peace his own material and spiritual well-being, and to which the United Nations system is the most recent step, received its vital impulse from the commercial expansion and the cultural development of Europe that began at the end of the fifteenth century.
KeywordsTrade Union International Labour Organisation Labour Movement White Phosphorus Labour Legislation
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