Labour Relations (Public Service) Convention, 1978

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ILO Convention
C151
Labour Relations (Public Service) Convention, 1978
Date of adoption June 27, 1978
Date in force February 25, 1981
Classification Freedom of Association
Collective Bargaining and Agreements
Subject Freedom of Association, Collective Bargaining, and Industrial Relations
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Labour Relations (Public Service) Convention, 1978 is an International Labour Organization Convention.

It was established in 1978, with the preamble stating:

Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to freedom of association and procedures for determining conditions of employment in the public service,...

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As of May 2015, the convention has been ratified by 53 states:


Albania, 30 Jun 1999; Antigua and Barbuda, 16 Sep 2002; Argentina, 21 Jan 1987; Armenia, 29 Jul 1994; Azerbaijan, 11 Mar 1993; Belarus, 08 Sep 1997; Belgium, 21 May 1991; Belize, 22 Jun 1999; Bosnia and Herzegovina, 31 Mar 2015 (The Convention will enter into force on 31 Mar 2016); Botswana, 22 Dec 1997; Brazil, 15 Jun 2010; Chad, 07 Jan 1998; Chile, 17 Jul 2000; Colombia, 08 Dec 2000; Cuba, 29 Dec 1980; Cyprus, 06 Jul 1981; Denmark, 05 Jun 1981; El Salvador, 06 Sep 2006; Finland, 25 Feb 1980; Gabon, 01 Oct 2009; Georgia, 10 Oct 2003; Ghana, 27 May 1986; Greece, 29 Jul 1996; Guinea, 08 Jun 1982; Guyana, 10 Jan 1983; Hungary, 04 Jan 1994; Italy, 28 Feb 1985; Latvia, 27 Jan 1992; Luxembourg, 21 Mar 2001; Mali, 12 Jun 1995; Moldova, 04 Apr 2003; Morocco, 04 Jun 2013; Netherlands, 29 Nov 1988; Norway, 19 Mar 1980; Peru, 27 Oct 1980; Poland, 26 Jul 1982; Portugal, 09 Jan 1981; Russian Federation, 19 Sep 2014 (The Convention will enter into force on 19 Sep 2015); San Marino, 19 Apr 1988; Sao Tome and Principe, 4 May 2005; Seychelles, 23 Nov 1999; Slovakia, 22 Feb 2010; Slovenia, 20 Sep 2010; Spain, 18 Sep 1984; Suriname, 29 Sep 1981; Sweden, 11 Jun 1979; Switzerland, 03 Mar 1981; The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, 22 Jul 2013; Tunisia, 11 Feb 2014; Turkey, 12 Jul 1993; United Kingdom, 19 Mar 1980; Uruguay, 19 Jun 1989; and Zambia, 19 Aug 1980.[1]

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