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Conclusion And Reflections

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Chapter Summary

This concluding chapter of the book, which provides a comprehensive legal analysis and commentary on the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC), 2006 text through the detailed, essentially archival, analysis in Part II. The book presents a number of arguments, from various perspectives directed at differing fields of expertise, regarding the potential role and importance of the MLC, 2006. The four main perspectives can be loosely categorized as labour law, law of the sea, maritime law, and finally, more general international law and governance. The book presents the connection between the MLC, 2006 and the relevant International Labour Organization (ILO) textual and procedural antecedents, as well innovations and the wider law of the sea and international maritime regulatory practices are explored in depth in Part I.

Keywords: International Labour Organization (ILO); international law; labour law; Maritime Labour Convention (MLC)



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