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IX.4. Migration for Employment (Co-operation between States) Recommendation

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The General Conference of the International Labour Organisation decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to co-operation between States relating to the recruiting, placing and conditions of labour of migrants for employment. Members between which the volume of migration is fairly considerable, or between which collective migration takes place, should supplement the measures which they take to ensure the application of the provisions of the Migration for Employment Convention, 1939, and the Migration for Employment Recommendation, 1939, by concluding bilateral or plurilateral agreements which might deal with the questions such as the supply of information to migrants for employment and the exchange of information between the competent Government departments, and the repression of illegal and misleading propaganda.

Keywords: International Labour Organisation; Migration for Employment Convention; Migration for Employment Recommendation



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