An Essay on Making Globalization Fair: The ILO Way
Globalization is a process of interconnectedness and liberalization in trade and commerce in the world; flow of information, technology and resources also happens with it. It has its impact, on positives and on some negatives. Growing calls for a fair globalization talks of more inclusion, rights and equality. This essay highlights the role of International Labour Organization (ILO) and its various declarations, especially Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization for a fairer and sustainable globalization, where demands of each section is met and for a shared prosperous future.
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