A Different Perspective on the “Labor Rights as Human Rights” Debate

@article{Goutor2011ADP,
  title={A Different Perspective on the “Labor Rights as Human Rights” Debate},
  author={David Goutor},
  journal={Labor Studies Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={36},
  pages={408 - 427}
}
This article brings further historical and international perspective to the “labor rights as human rights” debate. It particularly contends that these perspectives need to be explored further in order to appreciate the extent to which the definitions and political implications of key ideologies behind labor and human rights activism are flexible and dependent on their context. It explores Canada in the 1940s and early 1950s, when there was major activity on the labor and human rights fronts… Expand
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