Tripartite Consultation (International Labour Standards) Convention, 1976

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Tripartite Consultation (International Labour Standards) Convention
Contracting States to the Convention
Signed21 June 1976
Effective16 May 1978
Condition2 ratifications
DepositaryDirector-General of the International Labour Office
LanguagesFrench and English

The Tripartite Consultation (International Labour Standards) Convention, 1976, officially the Convention concerning tripartite consultations to promote the implementation of international labour standards is an International Labour Organization Convention, which governs the process for implementation of measures regarding ILO conferences. It requires tripartite consultation before ratification, implementing legislation or denouncement of conventions. As of June 2015, the convention had been ratified by 139 member states. The convention is also known as convention number 144 on the List of International Labour Organization Conventions.[1]

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  1. ^ “Convention (No. 144) concerning Tripartite Consultations to Promote the Implementation of International Labour Standards. ATS 7 of 1980”. Australasian Legal Information Institute, Australian Treaties Library. Retrieved on 15 April 2017.