Stefania Scarponi

The privatisation of International law of worker's protection: codes of conducts of CSR, transnational collective bargaining

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Keywords: international law; codes of conducts; transnational collective bargaining

The essay examines the unilateral codes of practice inspired by Csr of multinational enterprises and the transnational collective bargaining, aimed at enforcing the accomplishment of international legal rules and standard of worker's protection, in the frame of the 2008 ILO declaration "Social Justice for a fair globalisation" and the 2009 European parliament Resolution in the matter of "Corporate social responsibility and supply chain". These acts give an increasing role to multinational enterprises, but some recent empirical researches show that the content, the nature and the legal effects of codes and transnational bargaining, are still uncertain and limited. The Author stresses the importance of a new support by international law for ensuring more respect of private rules.

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