International Labour Organization


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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...

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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.

September 1946: An International Labour Organization study...

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September 1946

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.


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