By Ulla Liukkunen, Yifeng Chen
This quantity gathers jointly chapters that deal with the topic of enforcing primary labour rights in China. It explores the criminal framework in addition to key associations and different actors besides the socio-economic context curious about interpretation, implementation, enforcement and total promoting of basic labour rights in China. As a set of chapters, it assembles comparative and collectively complementary views and insights by way of exclusive students from China, Europe and the us. With its huge point of view on implementation, the publication discusses the main topical demanding situations to understanding basic labour rights in China.
China used to be one of the founding contributors of the ILO. With the regulatory strategy of the ILO, primary labour rights have won a brand new foothold as a key pillar in handling the social measurement of globalization. the advance of basic labour rights defense in China may be seen as a part of a bigger improvement inside of China’s family monetary and social transition in addition to its integration into the worldwide economy. whereas China has ratified 4 of the 8 ILO middle conventions, the problem of potent implementation and enforcement within the household context is still. With its in-depth examine on primary labour rights within the specific cultural context of the chinese language adventure, this ebook reports chinese language labour legislations from a number of views, even as reading the broader function of foreign labour criteria in constructing chinese language legislations and society.
This quantity is a impressive expansion of current scholarship on foreign labour criteria, at the one hand, and basic labour rights in China at the different. those chapters completely examine the felony and institutional framework for enforcing labour legislations in China. one of the issues lined are basic labour rights together with freedom from compelled labour, prohibition of use of kid labour and non-discrimination. furthermore, this quantity advantages from socio-historical observations at the cultural logics that tell implementation of basic labour rights in China during which the background and present improvement of chinese language labour legislation are both mirrored with sizeable depth.
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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?
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