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Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention, 1949

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The Convention concerning the Application of the Principles of the Right to Organise and to Bargain Collectively or Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention is an International Labour Organization
International Labour Organization
The International Labour Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations that deals with labour issues pertaining to international labour standards. Its headquarters are in Geneva, Switzerland. Its secretariat — the people who are employed by it throughout the world — is known as the...

 Convention. It is one of 8 ILO fundamental conventions.

Ratifications

style="font-size: larger;" | The following countries have ratified this Convention:
Country Date Notes
 Albania June 3, 1957
 Algeria November 19, 1962
 Angola June 4, 1976
 Antigua and Barbuda February 2, 1983
 Argentina September 24, 1956
 Armenia November 12, 2003
 Australia February 28, 1973
 Austria November 10, 1951
 Azerbaijan May, 19 1992
 The Bahamas May 25, 1976
 Bangladesh June 22, 1972
 Barbados May 8, 1967
 Belarus November, 6 1956
 Belgium December 10, 1953
 Belize December 15, 1983
 Benin May 16, 1968
 Bolivia November 15, 1973
 Bosnia and Herzegovina June 2, 1993
 Botswana December 22, 1997
 Brazil November 18, 1952
 Kingdom of Bulgaria June 8, 1959
 Burkina Faso April 16, 1962
 Burundi October 10, 1997
 Cambodia August 23, 1999
 Cameroon September 3, 1962
 Cape Verde April 3, 1979
 Central African Republic June 9, 1964
 Chad June 8, 1961
 Chile February 1, 1999
 Colombia November 16, 1976
 Comoros October 23, 1978
 Republic of the Congo November 26, 1999
 Democratic Republic of the Congo June 16, 1969
 Costa Rica June 2, 1960
 Côte d'Ivoire May 5, 1961
 Independent State of Croatia October 8, 1991
 Cuba April 29, 1952
 Cyprus May 24, 1966
 Czech Republic January 1, 1993
 Denmark August 15, 1955
 Djibouti August 3, 1978
 Dominica February 28, 1983
 Dominican Republic September 22, 1953
 Ecuador May 28, 1959
 Egypt July 3, 1954
 Equatorial Guinea August 13, 2001
 Eritrea February 22, 2000
 Estonia March 22, 1994
 Ethiopia June 4, 1963
 Fiji April 19, 1974
 Finland December 22, 1951
 Early Modern France October 26, 1951
 Gabon May 29, 1951
 The Gambia September 4, 2000
June 22, 1993
 Germany June 8, 1956
 Ghana July 2, 1959
 Greece March 30, 1962
 Grenada July 9, 1979
 Guatemala February 13, 1952
 Guinea-Bissau February 21, 1977
 Guinea March 26, 1959
 Guyana June 8, 1966
 Haiti April 12, 1957
 Honduras June 27, 1956
 Hungary June 6, 1957
 Iceland July 15, 1952
 Indonesia July 15, 1957
 Iraq November 27, 1962
 Republic of Ireland June 4, 1955
 Israel January 28, 1957
 Italy May 13, 1958
 Jamaica December 26, 1962
 Japan October 20, 1953
 Jordan December 12, 1968
 Kazakhstan May 18, 2001
 Kenya January 13, 1964
 Kiribati February 3, 2000
 Kuwait August 9, 2007
 Kyrgyzstan March 31, 1992
 Latvia January 27, 1992
 Lebanon June 1, 1977
 Lesotho October 31, 1966
 Liberia May 25, 1962
 Libya June 20, 1962
 Lithuania September 26, 1994
 Luxembourg March 3, 1958
 Republic of Macedonia November 17, 1991
 Madagascar June 3, 1998
 Malawi March 22, 1965
 Malaysia June 5, 1961
 Mali March 2, 1964
 Malta January 4, 1965
 Mauritania December 3, 2001
 Mauritius December 2, 1969
 Moldova August 12, 1996
 Mongolia June 3, 1969
 Kingdom of Montenegro June 3, 2006
 Morocco May 20, 1957
 Mozambique December 23, 1996
 Namibia January 3, 1995
 Nepal November 11, 1996
 Netherlands December 22, 1993 excluding Aruba
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, Curaçao
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, Sint Maarten and the Caribbean Netherlands
 New Zealand June 9, 2003
 Nicaragua October 31, 1967
 Niger March 23, 1962
 Nigeria October 17, 1960
 Norway February 17, 1955
 Pakistan May 26, 1952
 Panama May 16, 1966
 Papua New Guinea May 1, 1976
 Paraguay March 21, 1966
 Peru March 13, 1964
 Philippines December 12, 1953
 Poland February 25, 1957
 Portugal July 1, 1964
 Kingdom of Romania November 26, 1958
 Russia August 10, 1956
 Rwanda August 11, 1988
 Saint Kitts and Nevis September 4, 2000
 Saint Lucia May 14, 1980
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines October 21, 1998
 Samoa June 30, 2008
 San Marino December 19, 1986
 São Tomé and Príncipe June 17, 1992
 Senegal July 28, 1961
 Serbia and Montenegro November 24, 2000
 Seychelles October 4, 1999
 Sierra Leone June 13, 1961
 Singapore October 25, 1965
 Slovakia January 1, 1993
 Slovenia May 29, 1992
 South Africa February 19, 1996
 Spain April 20, 1977
 Sri Lanka December 13, 1972
 Sudan June 18, 1957
 Suriname June 5, 1996
 Swaziland April 26, 1978
 Sweden July 18, 1950
 Switzerland August 17, 1999
 Syria June 7, 1957
 Tajikistan November 26, 1993
 Tanzania January 30, 1962
June 16, 2009
 Togo November 8, 1983
 Trinidad and Tobago May 24, 1963
 Tunisia May 15, 1957
 Turkey January 23, 1952
 Turkmenistan May 15, 1997
 Uganda June 4, 1963
 Ukraine September 14, 1956
 United Kingdom June 30, 1950
 Uruguay March 18, 1954
 Uzbekistan July 13, 1992
 Vanuatu August 28, 2006
 Venezuela December 19, 1968
 Yemen April 14, 1969
 Zambia September 2, 1996
 Zimbabwe August 27, 1998



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