The author analyses the recognition of the right to strike as a fundamental human right from an international and comparative perspective. It looks, first, at the way in which different supra-national legal systems recognize the right to strike as a fundamental human right. In a second part, the author analyses some of the limitations to the right to strike that each of these systems allow. Finally, the article concludes by assessing the position of the right to strike as a fundamental human right, taking into account the problems that arise from different forms of recognition and limitation.
|Journal||Revista Chilena de Derecho|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2017|
- LAW Centre for Law at Work