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UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE UNION CONFEDERATION
Commitments must be followed by deeds Ireland has undertaken to ensure that the free exercise of trade union rights including the right to organise and collective bargaining shall be guaranteed by appropriate legal underpinning measures. (...) The ICTU is urgently calling for the enactment of legislation to underpin the right of all workers to collective bargaining through their trade unions in line with the State’ international commitments and the Universal Declaration on Human Rights. This requires a legal framework that: • Ensures that the right of all ‘workers’ to Freedom of Association, the Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining is guaranteed, properly protected and respected; • Prohibits any adverse treatment, prejudicial act and any less favourable treatment arising from the exercise of these human/trade union rights; Legislation should lay down explicit remedies and penalties against acts of anti-union discrimination; • Safeguards against anti-union activity and prohibits ‘interference’ which includes the use of ‘inducements’ or other measures, policies, acts calculated to induce workers not to join or to give up their trade union membership or to not exercise their trade union rights including the right to collective bargaining; • Provides a definition for ‘collective bargaining’, ‘collective agreement’ and ‘collective action’ in line with ECrtHR and ILO standards; • Sets out the legal obligations on parties to participate in collective bargaining and the facilities and arrangements to be put in place to ensure ‘good faith’ in the collective bargaining process; • Establishes the parties to collective bargaining, in line with ILO definitions to ensure the rights of freelancers and safeguard against the use of non-union representatives to undermine the position of trade unions; • Sets out the institutional machinery to facilitate negations and the settlement of disputes; 3 A/HRC/19/NGO/135 • Provides for enhanced protection, that is available rapidly, and in a manner that guarantees to prevent any adverse treatment from occurring, by providing for injunctions along with dissuasive sanctions and improved redress; • Introduces fair employment rules.
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Score: 764092.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/HRC/19/NGO/135&Lang=E
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Jibara was so sentenced after having reached a plea bargain with the prosecutor and having admitted to being guilty of a single offence related to the possession of weapons. (...) He was convicted as a result of a plea bargain. 27. The amended charge sheet as part of the plea bargain states that Mr.
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Score: 763909 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-326.pdf
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WOMEN, TECHNOLOGY AND SEXUAL DIVISIONS : STUDY / PREPARED BY AMARTYA K. SEN AT THE REQUEST OF THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT AND INSTRAW
CO-OPERATIVE CONFLICTS AND BARGAINING PROBLEMS 21. We may begin with the neat format of the bargaining problem 16/ as a starting point, to be relaxed later. (...) What solution would emerge in the "bargaining problem"? That depends on a variety of possible influences, including the bargaining power of the two sides. (...) While it is plausible to try to get bargaining advantage out of a threat during the process of bargaining, once the bargaining has failed, the threatener has no obvious interest in carrying out the threat.
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Score: 756984.67 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=UNCTAD/TT/79&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS ENTERPRISES ON ITS VISIT TO THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA : COMMENTS BY THE STATE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
For reports, complaints or accusations submitted to the reporting center, the government has been thoroughly investigating them and taking strict action. 10. (Single bargaining channel system) The single bargaining channel system in Korea does not violate the right to organize, the right to collective bargaining and the right to collective action. The single bargaining channel system was introduced as part of a tripartite agreement in order to promote unified working conditions in the workplace and, at the same time, address duplicated bargaining, excessive bargaining costs and other side effects of multi-unionism as multiple unions have become allowed to engage in separate bargaining at one enterprise. (...) This explains why the system was upheld by Constitutional Court as constitutional and has been considered in conformity with international standards by the ILO in the system’s way of selecting representative groups within the bargaining unit. The single bargaining channel system comes in various forms in many countries, including the U.S., Canada and the U.K., to realize the principle of one bargaining for one company and establish a bargaining order. 11.
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Score: 754161.57 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/35/32/ADD.3&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION : ADDENDUM
The prolonged practice of plea bargaining risks having a long-term detrimental effect on the legal profession and on lawyers who feel they were rather plea- bargain negotiators. 42. (...) Despite some positive outcomes of plea bargaining, such as the reduction of sentences, the reality is that many of the detainees interviewed felt that the plea bargain arrangement was the only way to avoid a harsh and excessive custodial sentence. 50. (...) Criticism was also levelled at the limited authority of judges to intervene in the plea- bargaining process. An amendment to the Criminal Procedure Code effectively revoked the right of a judge to reduce a sentence in a plea-bargain.
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Score: 752443.95 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/19/57/ADD.2&Lang=E
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CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS : INDEPENDENCE OF THE JUDICIARY, ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE, IMPUNITY : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE SOUTH ASIA HUMAN RIGHTS DOCUMENTATION CENTRE (SAHRDC)
The bill seeks to introduce a new chapter on plea-bargaining into the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, purportedly based on the recommendation by the Committee. (...) Instead, the bill contains a plea-bargaining scheme that will sacrifice justice in the name of the elimination of delay in the disposal of cases. Some of the major flaws in the scheme proposed under the bill include the failure to provide the Court with a broad discretion to reject the plea-bargain, the failure to require the Court to ensure that the accused understands the implications of entering into a plea-bargain, involving the police and the victim in the bargaining process (thereby inviting coercion and corruption), involving the Court in the bargaining process (thereby bringing the Court’s E/CN.4/2004/NGO/130 page 5 impartiality into question) and the failure to make confidential any order passed by the Court rejecting an application (thereby prejudicing the accused).
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Score: 749816.85 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/CN.4/2004/NGO/130&Lang=E
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AUSTRALIAN DATA SOURCES FOR MEASURING INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ASPECTS : SUPPORTING PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF STATISTICS
It also refers to some of the bargaining processes and procedures underpinned by legislation in Australia. BARGAINING 2. Over the past decade, industrial relations processes and procedures have undergone substantial change with a move from centralised to decentralised wage bargaining. 3. (...) Under legislation governing the enterprise bargaining process, parties may, by giving the required notice, initiate a 'protected bargaining period' which allows protected industrial action during a period of workplace/enterprise bargaining if it meets certain legislative requirements.
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Score: 746211.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=CES/SEM.41/28&Lang=E
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 27 JULY 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF CAMBODIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
For the purpose of the collective bargaining or collective labour dispute resolution, the most representative worker union has the exclusive rights. (...) In the event where, within an enterprise or establishment, there are many discrete local worker unions which fail to meet all the criteria as stipulated in the above paragraphs of this Article and fail to secure the most representative status recognition, the negotiation of a collective bargaining agreement shall be strictly carried out in accordance with Article 72 (Bargaining Council) of this law. (...) In case no union meets the 30% threshold the collective agreement is carried out within a bargaining council (defined under Article 72). Minority unions do not have the right to represent their members in matters that emanate from the collective bargaining agreements (Article 59).
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Score: 743008.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/HRC/45/G/2&Lang=E
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TRANSPORT LAW : PREPARATION OF A DRAFT INSTRUMENT ON THE CARRIAGE OF GOODS [WHOLLY OR PARTLY] [BY SEA] : COMMENTS FROM THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT ON FREEDOM OF CONTRACT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The main purpose of this approach, common to all existing international liability regimes, is to reduce the potential for abuse in the context of contracts of adhesion, used where parties with unequal bargaining power contract with one another. By establishing minimum levels of liability, which apply mandatorily and may not be contractually modified, existing liability regimes seek to ensure the protection of cargo interests with little bargaining power, i.e. small shippers and third party consignees, against unfair contract terms unilaterally introduced by the carrier in its standard terms of contract. 3. (...) Clearly, in relation to contracts of carriage concluded between parties of broadly equal bargaining power, this approach would not give rise to public policy concerns. (...) The situation is markedly different if parties with clearly unequal bargaining power contract with one another. It is in this context that concerns arise about the potential use of service contracts as devices to circumvent otherwise applicable mandatory liability rules. 12.
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Score: 740832.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=A/CN.9/WG.III/WP.46&Lang=E
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THE ROLE OF COMPETITION POLICY IN PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
TD/RBP/CONF.8/6 9 have a superior bargaining position compared to the other party in a business relationship. (...) In the Republic of Korea, the Monopoly Regulation and Fair Trade Act addresses imbalances in the bargaining power between parties by prohibiting “trading by unjustly using a superior bargaining position” (Article 23(1)4). (...) (d) What mechanisms can be put in place to deal with the abuse of bargaining power in order to promote fair competition in the market?
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Score: 738837.26 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=TD/RBP/CONF.8/6&Lang=E
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