The [Universal Declaration of Human Rights] devoted its article 23 to, inter alia, the right to work, the right to just and favourable conditions of work, the right to equal pay for equal work and the right to just and favourable remuneration. It should also be recalled that the General Conference of the International Labour Organization adopted, at its thirty-fourth session, [Convention No. 100 concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value]. Like the [Universal Declaration of Human Rights], the [International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights] contains several provisions concerning the economic development of peoples and individuals. Article 6 on the right to work, article 7 on just and favourable conditions of work, article 8 on the right to form and join trade unions, article 9 on the right to social security and, in particular, article 11 on the right to an adequate standard of living, can be directly related to income distribution. Finally, the Declaration on the Right to Development provides, in its article 8.1, that States should undertake, at national level, all necessary measures for the realization of the right to development and shall ensure, inter alia, equality of opportunity for all in their access to basic resources, education, health services, food, housing, employment and the fair distribution of income.