Rights and Decent work

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Rights are variously constructed as legal, social or moral freedoms to act or refrain from acting or entittlements to be acted upon or not acted upon.

Decent work is described as a good quality job respecting the rights of workers and affording them some form of social protection or a productive toil in which rights are respected, security and protection are provided , as well as the possibility to take part in all decisions that may affect workers.


Koziba (talk)01:13, 16 February 2011