Core Conventions of International Labour Organization and its Impact in India

  • Bharti Chauhan and Vishal Arora
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  • Bharti Chauhan

    Assistant Professor at BSAITM University, Faridabad, India

  • Vishal Arora

    Assistant Manager - HR at Allianz Partners, India

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The author has covered the ILO's role, duties, and India's contribution to the ILO in this article. There is a certain division in opinions regarding the impacts of such links on employment, despite the fact that the WTO is not directly involved in the monitoring of international labour standards and that there is no explicit link between the two. The relationship has faced opposition from many nations, especially India. The worker organisations in India really aren't pleased with the current labour standards; on a global scale, they have adopted a position against any connection between both the ILO and WTO, but they still fight for better labour standards on a national level.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 103 - 107


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