Fishermen's Articles of Agreement Convention, 1959

Fishermen's Articles of Agreement Convention, 1959

Infobox ILO convention
code= C114
name= Fishermen's Articles of Agreement Convention, 1959
adopt= June 19, 1959
force= November 7, 1961
classify= Fishermen
subject= Fishermen
prev= Medical Examination (Fishermen) Convention, 1959
next= Radiation Protection Convention, 1960

Fishermen's Articles of Agreement Convention, 1959 is an International Labour Organization Convention.

It was established in 1959, with the preamble stating:

Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to fishermen's articles of agreement,...ref|ILO



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