Rabu, 6 Januari 2016

TPPA... chapter untuk kaum buruh...

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dalam 30 chapter, hanya satu untuk kaum buruh...

19. Labour
All TPP Parties are International Labour Organization (ILO) members and recognize the
importance of promoting internationally recognized labour rights. TPP Parties agree to adopt
and maintain in their laws and practices the fundamental labour rights as recognized in the ILO
1998 Declaration, namely freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining;
elimination of forced labour; abolition of child labour and a prohibition on the worst forms of
child labour; and elimination of discrimination in employment. They also agree to have laws
governing minimum wages, hours of work, and occupational safety and health. These
commitments also apply to export processing zones. The 12 Parties agree not to waive or
derogate from laws implementing fundamental labour rights in order to attract trade or
investment, and not to fail to effectively enforce their labour laws in a sustained or recurring
pattern that would affect trade or investment between the TPP Parties. In addition to
commitments by Parties to eliminate forced labour in their own countries, the Labour chapter
includes commitments to discourage importation of goods that are produced by forced labour or
child labour, or that contain inputs produced by forced labour, regardless of whether the source
country is a TPP Party. Each of the 12 TPP Parties commits to ensure access to fair, equitable
and transparent administrative and judicial proceedings and to provide effective remedies for
violations of its labour laws. They also agree to public participation in implementation of the
Labour chapter, including establishing mechanisms to obtain public input.
The commitments in the chapter are subject to the dispute settlement procedures laid out in the
Dispute Settlement chapter. To promote the rapid resolution of labour issues between TPP
Parties, the Labour chapter also establishes a labour dialogue that Parties may choose to use to
try to resolve any labour issue between them that arises under the chapter. This dialogue allows
for expeditious consideration of matters and for Parties to mutually agree to a course of action to
address issues. The Labour chapter establishes a mechanism for cooperation on labour issues,
including opportunities for stakeholder input in identifying areas of cooperation and
participation, as appropriate and jointly agreed, in cooperative activities.

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