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1 Jul 2013

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ITUC paper "Free Speech and Freedom of Associatio: Finding the Balance" - responses [by companies & business organizations]

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We have invited the IOE [Intl. Organisation of Employers] to respond to the ITUC paper. It has indicated that it will send a response, which we will post here. We invited Delta Air Lines and Deutsche Telekom to respond to the ITUC paper: Delta Air Lines sent the following documents in response...Deutsche Telekom response [provided]...US Council for Intl. Business also sent the following documents: Letter...[to IOE from ILO Standards Department] re compatibility of freedom of expression & freedom of association...; Letter [from IOE] to UN Global Compact re ILO statements on freedom of association & freedom of expression...