Problems in the implementation of the conventions and recommendations of the international labour organisation: The Zambian experience
Chanda, Kabazo Chalwe
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This paper is a discussion of the problems encountered by Zambia in the task of implementing the international labour standards. The embodiment into the Zarnbian legal system of all ratified International Labour Organisation instruments is given, and the problems encountered in the implementation of each instrument are then discussed.The study is divided into three parts and seven short Chapters. The first three Chapters, which form Part One of the paper, deal with introductory matters, mainly with the origins of the idea of universal minimum labour standards, and the resultant formation of the I.L.O. In Part Two of the paper an outline of the operation of the I.L.O. is given, as well as the procedure which is followed in formulation of the standards. In Part Three of the paper the Conventions and Recommendations ratified by Zambia are discussed, bringing out the difficulties she is meeting with in the process.
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