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Looking back to the period immediately after the Russian revolution of 1917, one finds, for example, highly critical observations from the first Director of the ILO, Albert Thomas, when he questioned71: Has Bolshevism, which exercises a powerful fascination for the masses, shown itself capable of doing anything more than organising a Jacobin dictatorship on the one hand, and of causing discontent and poverty on the other? To what constructive work can it point? Has it really secured for men, women and children the hours, wages and hygiene conditions provided for in the labour charter, or even the conditions of life which the traditions of labour legislation promise to the world?

Then followed ratification of the Right of Association (Agriculture) Convention No. 11, 1921, and the Equality of Treatment (Accident Compensation) Convention No. 19, 1925, in April 1934, together with the Weekly Rest (Industry) Convention No. 14, 1921, only weeks later. At the end of November 1935 the Protection against Accidents (Dockers) Convention (Revised) No. 32, 1932, was ratified, paving the way for a further group of six Conventions to be ratified on 2 December 1936. This important “volume” step involved the Minimum Age (Sea) Convention No.

Circular on Adjusting Wages for Certain Type of Workers] ഭ࣑䲒‫ޣ‬Ҿ䈳ᮤ䜘࠶ᐕӪ ઼ᐕ֌Ӫઈᐕ䍴Ⲵ䙊⸕ (guó wù yuàn guān yú tiǎo zhěng bù fèn gōng rén hé gōng zuò rén yuán gōng zī de tōng zhī), 1971, and measures such as the [Circular on Wage Levels for Demobilized Soldiers with Higher Education Degrees] ഭᇦ䇑ࡂငઈՊࣣࣘተ‫ޣ‬Ҿ༽ઈ䘰ԽߋӪѝⲴབྷу 䲒ṑᆖ⭏ᐕ䍴ᖵ䙷Ⲵ䙊⸕ (guó jiā jì huà wěi yuán huì láo dòng jú guān yú fù yuán tuì wǔ jūn rén zhōng de dà zhuān yuàn xiào xué shēng gōng zī dài yù de tōng zhī), 1975. , [Provisions on the Qualifying Period of Seniority and Wage Issues relating to AntiRevolutionary or Other ‘Bad’ Individuals who have been indentified in the Counter AntiRevolutionary Movement] ‫ޣ‬Ҿ༴⨶ഭᇦᵪ‫ޣ‬ǃԱъǃᆖṑ൘㚳৽䘀ࣘѝḕࠪⲴ৽䶙ભ࠶ᆀ ઼ަԆൿ࠶ᆀⲴᐕ喴઼ᐕ䍴䰞仈Ⲵ㿴ᇊ (guān yú chǔ lǐ guó jiā jī guān, qǐ yè, xué xiào zài sù fǎn yùn dòng zhōng chá chū de fǎn gé mìng fèn zǐ hé qí tā huài fèn zǐ de gōng líng hé gōng zī wèn tí de guī dìng), 1957, as well as [Opinion as to whether the Children of Capitalist Bourgeois are Eligible to Replace their Parent when they Retire or are on Long-Term Absence] ࣣࣘ䜘ǃѝཞᐕ ୶㹼᭯㇑⨶ተ‫ޣ‬Ҿ䍴ӗ䱦㓗ᐕ୶ъ㘵䘰Ձᡆ䈧䮯‫ٷ‬ਾਟ੖⭡ᆀྣ亦ᴯᐕ֌Ⲵ᜿㿱 (láo dòng bù, zhōng yāng gōng shāng xíng zhèng guǎn lǐ jú guān yú zī chǎn jiē jí gōng shāng yè zhě tuì xiū huò qǐng cháng jià hòu kě fǒu yóu zǐ nǚ dǐng tì gōng zuò de yì jiàn), 1963.

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