The colleges of industrial arbitrators (Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration)were created to resolve disputes between workers and employers, labour and capital and the regulation of industry. As a matter of fact, workers used to consider civil ordinary justice by the owners. Civil courts have not provided many tools to redress the imbalance between the strong position of the owners and the weakness of the workers. There are some European countries that have experienced this type of justice, made by ordinary people, while others have directly resorted to forms of arbitration and conciliation.
|Titolo:||«Justice Serving the Poor». The Colleges of Wise Men in Italy (19th-20th ) Centuries|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
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