International Labour Organization
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Frances Bellerby||
He was a successful economist, who had conducted studies for the International Labour Organization in Geneva, then in 1927 become a Fellow of Caius College , Cambridge. In autumn 1930 he took up...
|politics||Kathleen E. Innes||
Over the years she reported to the WIL on a wide variety of issues—League of Nations and International Labour Organization work, disarmament initiatives, the pay equity drive by women teachers in Britain, and suffrage...
|Textual Features||Kathleen E. Innes||
In this book, again for schoolchildren, KEI explains the organization and aims of the International Labour Organization . She makes extended reference to its work in the areas of protective legislation, setting health and safety...
29 October 1919
The International Labour Organization , set up this year by the Treaty of Versailles, began its first conference, in Washington, DC. It passed a resolution accepting an eight-hour workday.
An International Labour Organization study concluded that a sound and scientific basis for the employment of women is being increasingly advocated as serving the cause of democracy and as promoting the general welfare.