1. News

    International Labour Conference 2021: What are the lessons learned from the Social Security Committee?

    28 June 2021

    The first part of the 109th session of the International Labour Conference ends on the 19th of June 2021. Magnús M. Norðdahl, Workers’ Spokesperson of the Recurrent Discussion Committee: Social security (CDR), shares the workers’ perspective about the lessons learned from this session.

  2. Trade Union Movement

    Recovering from the COVID-19 crisis: What policies are needed?

    29 May 2020

    For workers, what risks and opportunities has the COVID-19 crisis brought about? Catelene Passchier, Chair of the Workers’ Group of the ILO Governing Body shares her views on the policies needed to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. She also calls for more regulation of digital work and enhancement of social dialogue and tripartism to provide social justice and decent work for all.

  3. International Labour Conference

    Plamen Dimitrov, elected Vice-president of the Conference

    10 June 2019

  4. 106th International Labour Conference

    ILO standards can help regulate migration

    26 June 2017

    In his last interview as President of the Workers’ Group, Luc Cortebeeck looks back at the results of the 106th Session of the International Labour Conference. According to the head of the workers, ILO standards can help protect migrant workers. Cortebeeck also highlights the many cases of violations of international labour standards around the globe, the adoption of a new standard on Employment and Decent Work for Peace and Resilience; and the implementation of fundamental principles and rights at work.

  5. Governing Body

    Catelene Passchier, Workers’ delegate from the Netherlands elected President of the Workers’ Group

    17 June 2017

  6. 106th International Labour Conference

    Marie Clarke Walker, elected vice-president of the Conference

    05 June 2017

  7. Governing Body

    The World of Work: The challenges ahead for ILO

    24 November 2016

    In this interview, President of the Workers’ Group, Luc Cortebeeck, reflects on the results of the 328th Session of the Governing Body of ILO, which took place in November. He explains the big challenges ahead for ILO in the light of the re-election of its Director-General, Guy Ryder. Mr Cortebeeck also talks about the perspective of the Workers’ Group on the protection of workers’ rights in Qatar, Venezuela, Chili, Guatemala and Myanmar as well as on the fight against child labour across the world.