Right of Association (Agriculture) Convention

ILO Convention C011
Convention concerning the Rights of Association and Combination of Agricultural Workers
Signed 12 November 1921
Location Geneva
Effective 11 May 1923
Condition Ratification by 2 states
Parties 122 (2013)
Depositary International Labour Organization
Languages English and French

The Convention concerning the Rights of Association and Combination of Agricultural Workers is an Convention adopted in 1921. The convention secures the rights of "association and combination" of agricultural workers to the same extent as those rights are extended to industrial workers. As of 2013, 122 states have ratified the convention.

External links

  • Convention text
  • Ratifying states
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