Международное трудовое право

Start Date: 01/24/2021

Course Type: Common Course

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/int-lab-law-ru

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Основная задача создателей курса – рассказать интересно и в доступной форме о том, какие стандарты в сфере труда приняты на международном уровне. Этот базовый курс рассчитан на широкую аудиторию: тех кто интересуется социальной политикой, управлением труда, правом и, наконец, международными организациями.

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Введение в курс
Право МОТ
Критическая оценка столетнего стремления МОТ к социальной справедливости
Международные и региональные документы по правам человека как источники МТП
Релевантность ЕСПЧ для защиты трудовых прав
Международные трудовые нормы и обязанности корпоративных субъектов
Эффективность международных трудовых норм

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Course Introduction

Основная задача создателей курса – рассказать интересно и в доступной форме о том, какие стандарты в сфере труда приняты

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