Migrant Workers in International Human Rights Law: Their Protection in Countries of Employment

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Table of Treaties and Other International Instruments
1919 ILO Constitution 1919 (original) (Arts. 1-49) 80
Art. 41, point 8 92, 104, 132
1919 ILO Convention No. 2 concerning Unemployment 93
1919 ILO Recommendation No. 1 concerning Unemployment 93
para. 2 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
Art. 9 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 ILO 80
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
Art. 38 44
1945 UN Charter 1945 47-8
Art. 1(3) 47
Art. 55 47, 48

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