The social dimension of regional integration in ECOWAS
AbstractAssesses the obstacles and possibilities of incorporating social concerns relating to labour and employment into regional policies and institutions and looks at what opportunities there are in this area for improvement as well as greater cooperation with the ILO.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by International Labour Organization in its series ILO Working Papers with number 374998.
Length: 55 pages
Date of creation: 2005
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Publication status: Published in Working paper :
workers rights; social security; social pact; economic integration; trade agreement; ECOWAS; West Africa; institutional framework; labour law; harmonization; trade union; employers organization; droits des travailleurs; sécurité sociale; pacte social; intégration économique; accord commercial; CEDEAO; Afrique occidentale; cadre institutionnel; droit du travail; harmonisation; syndicat; organisation patronale; derechos de los trabajadores; seguridad social; concertación social; integración económica; convenio comercial; CEEAO; Africa Occidental; organización institucional; derecho del trabajo; armonización; sindicato; organización de empleadores;
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- Ernest Aryeetey, 2001. "Regional Integration in West Africa," OECD Development Centre Working Papers 170, OECD Publishing.
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