The 80th International Labour Conference: Amnesty International's concerns relevant to the Committee on Application of Standards and the Committee on Action against Apartheid
This paper presents AI's concerns relevant to the discussions of the above- mentioned committees at the 80th International Labour Conference, meeting in Geneva on 2-22 June 1993. These are: Myanmar: conventions no. 29, forced labour and no. 87, freedom of association; Colombia: convention no.87, freedom of association; Cuba: convention no. 87, freedom of association; Syria: convention no. 87, freedom of association; Bangladesh: convention no. 107, indigenous and tribal populations; Brazil: convention no. 107, indigenous and tribal populations; Pakistan: convention no 111, discrimination (employment and occupation); South Africa: assassination and other acts of violence against workers and trade unionists.
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