Labour is not a commodity

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Labour is not a commodity is the principle expressed in the preamble to the International Labour Organization's founding documents. It expresses the view that people should not be treated like inanimate commodities, capital, another mere factor of production, or resources. Instead, people who work for a living should be treated as human beings, and accorded dignity and respect.

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  • P O'Higgins, ‘Labour is not a Commodity’ — an Irish Contribution to International Labour Law' (1997) 26(3) Industrial Law Journal 225-234

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