Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work
The Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work of 1998 is a statement of international law made by the International Labour Organisation on the core ILO Conventions that are binding for all its members.
There are eight core conventions, which cover collective bargaining, forced labour, child labour and discrimination. They require,
- freedom to join a union, bargain collectively and take action
- abolition of forced labour
- abolition of labour by children before the end of compulsory school
- no discrimination at work