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« J’ai été longtemps minoritaire » 

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Le processus de légitimation du droit international du travail en Belgique (1888-1938) – Légitimité, expériences et mémoires du belge Ernest Mahaim

The legitimation process of international labour law in Belgium (1888-1938), Legitimity, experiences and memories of the Belgian Ernest Mahaim.
The aim of this contribution is to explain and understand the emergence of international labour law in Belgium in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. First a marginal discipline disputed by the doxa of lawyers, diplomats, and politicians, international labour law is a direct result of the social evolution of the country. This paper focuses on the process of legitimation of this particular branch of law between 1888 to 1938 through the prism of one of his main specialist in Belgium, and also a key-figure of a worldwide network, Ernest Mahaim , professor at the University of Liège.

Affiliations: 1: Assistant en Histoire à l’Université de Liège, Chaire d’histoire contemporaine


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