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Professor George Boyne, Dean of Cardiff Business School, which has teamed up with the International Labour Organisation
It is unclear whether the International Labour Organisation will decide to investigate the matter, reported The Associated Press.
He commended the International Labour Organisation (ILO) for the review of Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006 and also advised that considerations should be given to peculiarities of the different geopolitical areas of the world in the amendments, adding however that after 10 years, the MLC 2006 ought to be reviewed to meet the challenges of emerging trends.
This Directive, which Member States should have implemented by June 30, 2002, sets out to ensure that the same arrangements as regards hours of work and rest periods apply to all ships which call at EU ports in accordance with the rules laid down by the International Convention of the International Labour Organisation.
The report, by the International Labour Organisation, shows women hold a meagre share of top jobs - 1.3 pc in Australia, two per cent in France and 3.6 per cent in Britain.
They reviewed the report of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) director-general.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- Brigadier Ahmed Mohamed Nakhira, Director of Human Rights, Ministry of Interior, received today a delegation from the International Labour Organisation's department of migration and anti-trafficking.
Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani expressed delight following the International Labour Organisation (ILO)'s writing off a labour complaint against the kingdom.
Summary: GENEVA - The International Labour Organisation, or ILO, said on Tuesday that German economic policy in the past two decades had harmed other European countries and contributed to the current eurozone debt crisis.

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