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  • Freedom of Association and the Effective Recognition of the Right to Collective Bargaining in International Labour Law and in Eurasian Economic Union

Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Egor Kosyanenko
Freedom of Association and the Effective Recognition of the Right to Collective Bargaining in International Labour Law and in Eurasian Economic Union
2019
Annotation. The above work examines one of the most important principles of international labor law - the principle of freedom of association and recognition of the right to collective bargaining with respect to the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union.

A historical analysis and theoretical basis of the aforementioned principle is given, its current position within the EAEU is being studied. Through the prism of the identified implementation problems, possible ways for the development of the principle in the future against the background of accelerating integration processes and the creation of a single labor market are given.

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