This report sketches the background, elements, and main challenges of the DWA, based on the Fafo-report Pathways to Decent Work in the Global Economy, which was presented at the conference ‘Decent Work – A Key to Social Justice for a Fair Globalisation’ in Oslo 5 September 2008. Focusing on the need for greater coherence, it identifies sources of incoherence in developing and pursuing a common agenda to overcome the crisis and promote decent work. Arguing next that different international agencies are embedded theories, so to speak, it addresses what is called errors of two kinds: One is violation of fundamental rights used to gain a comparative advantage, the other using labour standards for protectionist purposes. Finally some possible avenues for action are identified.
Utgitt: 2009 Id-nr.: 20115