World Commission of Human Rights and International Labour Standards (WCL-NORM)
1996, within the framework of H-XA3490 - World Confederation of Labour (WCL). Also referred to as WCL Commission of Human Rights and International Labour Standards and as NORM. WCL merged with H-XA1667 - International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) to form A-XM2085 - International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), Nov 2006.
Promote universal observance of international human rights instruments, particularly those relative to workers' rights; strengthen capacities of workers' organizations to monitor, defend and promote these rights at national and international levels; reinforce the use of human rights and international labour standards as a tool of trade union negotiations and action; use basic human rights provisions to improve working and living conditions worldwide and thus provide a universally accepted social basis for development.
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