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KCI등재 학술저널

4차 산업혁명시대 국제인권법상 노동권의 과제

Tasks of Labor Rights under International Human Rights Law in the Era of the 4th Industrial Revolution : Focusing on the Issue of Increasing Non-working population

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In the era of the 4th industrial revolution, the number of jobs could decrease. This situation is not without problems in terms of international human rights law. There is an ambiguous part of what is an appropriate state duty and the right of human when it comes to the job loss on a macro level. Of course, the number of jobs may not decrease. However, even if the number of jobs is maintained to some extent, the polarization of income and knowledge of science and technology may intensify. Economic inequality itself cannot be said to be a violation of human rights, but economic inequality can become a human rights issue if it causes human rights problems such as the right to health and education. On the other hand, even if the number of jobs does not decrease due to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the number of decent jobs can be reduced. Apparently, the future society may not be captured in this way, and it will become a more complex reality. But what is certain is that the number of non-workers and the duration of non-working status will increase during the course of this change. Non-working conditions refer to various conditions that do not fall within the scope of traditional employment status. Under the current international human rights law, labor rights do not seem to reflect the non-worker’s issues. From this point of view, the future society not only causes human rights violations, but also changes the paradigm of labor rights itself and has the potential to change the basic premise or framework of human rights. There is a lack of research on how future social development directions will affect human rights. This study raises a problem in this area.

I. 서론

II. 일자리 감소로 인한 비노동자 증가

III. 소득 및 과학기술 지식 양극화로 인한 비노동 기간 증가

IV. 좋은 일자리 감소와 비노동자

V. 결론

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