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    086751

    Night Work (Women) Convention (ILO 4). [Update].

    International Labour Organisation [ILO]

    In: Bowman and Harris, Multilateral Treaties, Index and Current Status 9th Cumulative Suppl., compiled by M.J. Bowman and D.J. Harris. Nottingham, England, University of Nottingham Treaty Centre, 1992. 116-7.

    On 11 February 1991, the Government of Malta registered its denunciation of the Night Work (Women) Convention (ILO 4), and on 28 November 1991, the Government of Lithuania advised the International Labour Organisation that it considered itself bound by its 1931 ratification of the Convention. The Convention provides that, in general, women shall not be employed in night work in industry. On 27 February 1991, Malta registered its denunciation of another Convention dealing with the night work of women: the Night Work (Women) Convention (ILO 89). On 30 December 1991, Cuba registered its denunciation of the same Convention. See Multilateral Treaties, Index and Current Status, p. 138. This Convention adds further restrictions on the employment of women in night work in industry.
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    087737

    Night Work (Women) Convention (ILO 4). Status.

    International Labour Organisation [ILO]

    In: Multilateral treaties, index and current status, Tenth Cumulative Supplement, compiled by M.J. Bowman and D.J. Harris. Nottingham, England, University of Nottingham Treaty Centre, 1993. 137-8.

    On 9 June 1992, Slovenia became a party to this Convention. In 1992, Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland registered their denunciations of this Convention. The Convention places restrictions on women working at night. On 3 March 1992, Argentina registered its denunciation of the Night Work (Women) Convention (ILO 4). This Convention also places restrictions on women working at night. See Multilateral Treaties, Index and Current Status, 10th Cumulative Suppl., 1993, pp. 137-8.
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    078925

    Workers with Family Responsibilities Convention (ILO No. 156).

    International Labour Office [ILO]

    ANNUAL REVIEW OF POPULATION LAW. 1989; 16:77.

    The government of France ratified this UN Convention on Workers with Family Responsibilities on March 16, 1989; the government of Uruguay ratified it on November 16, 1989; and the government of the Yemen Arab Republic ratified it on March 13, 1989.
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    078918

    Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention (ILO No. 111).

    International Labour Office [ILO]

    ANNUAL REVIEW OF POPULATION LAW. 1989; 16:136.

    The government of Uruguay ratified this UN International Labor Organization Convention on employment and occupation discrimination on November 16, 1989, and the government of Democratic Yemen ratified it on January 3, 1989.
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    078912

    Equal Remuneration Convention (ILO No. 100).

    International Labour Office [ILO]

    ANNUAL REVIEW OF POPULATION LAW. 1989; 16:136.

    The government of Uruguay ratified this UN International Labor Organization convention on equal remuneration on November 16, 1989, and the Government of Zimbabwe ratified this Convention on December 14, 1989.
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