Table of Treaties and Other International Instruments
| 1919 ILO Constitution 1919 (original) (Arts. 1-49) 80|
| 1919 ILO Convention No. 2 concerning Unemployment 93|
| 1919 ILO Recommendation No. 1 concerning Unemployment 93|
| 1919 ILO Recommendation No. 2 concerning Reciprocity of Treatment 93|
| 1919 Peace Treaty of Versailles 79|
|Part XIII (Arts. 387-427) 80|
| 1925 ILO Convention No. 19 concerning Equality of Treatment for National
and Foreign Workers as regards Workmen's Compensation for Accidents 93|
| 1930 ILO Convention No. 29 concerning Forced or Compulsory Labour 89|
| 1933 Convention on Rights and Duties of States 43|
| 1935 ILO Convention No. 48 concerning the Establishment of an International
System for the Maintenance of Rights under Invalidity, Old-Age and
Widows' and Orphans' Insurance 93|
| 1944 Declaration of Philadelphia concerning the Aims and Purposes of the
|Section I(a) 92|
|Section I(b) 89|
|Section I(c) 92|
|Section II (a) 80, 104|
| 1944 ILO Recommendation No. 69 concerning Medical Care 115, 120
Preamble, recital 3 115|
| 1945 Statute of the International Court of Justice 44|
| 1945 UN Charter 1945 47-8|
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Book title: Migrant Workers in International Human Rights Law:Their Protection in Countries of Employment.
Contributors: Ryszard Cholewinski - Author.
Publisher: Clarendon Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1997.
Page number: xxvii.
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