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2019 | 46 | 1(15) ENG HOW DECENT WILL BE WORK IN THE FUTURE? CENTENARY OF THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION | 20-25
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THE SOURCES OF TRIPARTISM DRY UP. A FEW COMMENTS ON THE ILO CENTENARY

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The article contains reflections related to the centenary of the establishment of the International Labour Organization. The author points to the declining strength of employee representation, which has consequences for the ILO’s standard-setting activities, analyses the content of the ILO Centenary Declaration for the Future of Work. The paper raises the question whether, in view of the reduction of power of workers’ representation the fundamental source of particular legitimacy of the ILO can still be found in the tripartite system.
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  • National Commission of NSZZ Solidarność – Expert Office
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