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Title   SADC Charter of Fundamental Social Rights
Author Southern African Development Community
Edition PDF
Published Dar es Salaam
Year 2003-08-25
Pages 7
Abstract Adopted at the Dar-es-Salaam SADC Summit, and signed by all member countries. Contents: 1. definitions; 2. Objectives; Basic human and organisational rights; 3. Freedom of association and collective bargaining; ILO Conventions; Equal treatment for men and women; 7. Protection of children and young people; 8. Elderly persons; 9. Persons with disabilities; 10. Social portection; 11. Improvement of working and living conditions; 12. Protetction of health, safety and environment; 13. Information, connsultation and participation of workers; 14. Employment and renumeration; 15. Education and training; 16. Implemenation of the charter; 17. Entry into force; 18. Amendments of the charter.

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