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Question 1: What problems might arise now or in the foreseeable future in light of developments in international labor law?” Pg. 142 A. Societies value certain econ and non-econ principles to inhibit advancement” 1. econ growth stemming from a. higher wages b. higher levels of employment c. health insurance d. econ independence 2. non- econ growth derived from a. justice/democracy b. human rights c. higher standard of living B. Freedom of Association 1. Right of Association is considered a fundamental human right 2. We see right of association addressed in: a. ILO Core Labor standard b. ILO convention no. 87 c. IRWR d. NALLC e. Mexico’s constitution- Article 123 that was adopted in 1917, which illustrated Mexico’s advancement in labor standards. C. Hard Law vs. Soft Law 1. Soft Law— toothless a. ILO core labor standards are at the core of all other NGO’s (World Bank, UN, OECD, b. Hortatory/name and shame 2. Hard Law a. Unilateral labor rights regime, US GSP benefits (with teeth
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