The essay analyses 2006 Convention on maritime work, and it highlights its original characteristics within ILO sources: firstly, the Convention systemises the fragmented scenario of conventions and recommendations on maritime workers’ rights. Secondly, it is characterised by a strong effectiveness, especially having regard to repatriation and to Flag State and Port State controls, not limited to ships flying a flag of a ratifying State. In any case, some weaknesses persist, such as the lack of recognition of the right to strike and a very generic regulation of shore leave.
|Numero di pagine||21|
|Rivista||REVISTA INTERNACIONAL Y COMPARADA DE RELACIONES LABORALES Y DERECHO DEL EMPLEO|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2019|