1 The International Labour Organization (ILO) was established in 1919, at the end of the First World War and at a time of significant industrial upheaval. In the context of the emerging importance of workers’ movements, the ILO had at its core a unique feature—a tripartite structure of state, employer, and worker delegates who actively participate in all features of the ILO’s work. This structure is often argued to be the source of the ILO’s continued success and the source of its legitimacy (International Organizations or Institutions, Democratic Legitimacy), and...
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