A Comparative Analysis on Freedom of Association was published by the ILO in 1927 and at that time there was no formal agreement on the standards regarding freedom of association. The Analysis concluded that it was seemingly impossible to make a distinction between the right to strike and the right to organise. Limitations of the right to strike also translated into limitations of the right to organise. The right to limit both, in certain conditions or for specific categories of workers, was recognised. Yet the two rights were, and still are, indivisible.