Organized Labor's International Law Project? Transforming Workplace Rights into Human Rights

March 20, 2008

Matthew C. Muggeridge

For more than half a century, large U.S. labor unions, alone or in concert with other labor organization federations, have regularly filed complaints with the International Labour Organization (ILO) against the U.S. Government. This article analyzes the signifi cance of organized labor’s forays into international law through the ILO process....

Organized Labor's International Law Project? Transforming Workplace Rights into Human Rights