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Decision on the tenth item on the agenda: Reports of the Committee on Legal Issues and International Labour Standards. First report: Legal issues

Record of decisions | 24 March 2010

First report: Legal issues

I. Measures relating to the representation of Employers and Workers at the International Labour Conference: Addressing tripartite imbalance within delegations
(First item on the agenda)

The Governing Body took note of this part of the report.

(Document GB.307/10/1, paragraphs 1–12)

II. Other legal issues
(Second item on the agenda)

Constitution of the International Labour Organization: Preparation of proposals to introduce inclusive language for the purpose of promoting gender equality

The Governing Body took note of this part of the report.

(Document GB.307/10/1, paragraphs 13–23)

Standing Orders of the International Labour Conference: Practical arrangements for the discussion at the 99th Session (June 2010) of the International Labour Conference of the Global Report prepared under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work

The Governing Body decided to invite the International Labour Conference, at its 99th Session, to adopt the provisional ad hoc arrangements set out in the appendix of document GB.307/10/1 concerning the discussion of the Global Report under the follow-up to the 1998 ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, and any necessary procedural decisions to give them effect.

(Document GB.307/10/1, paragraph 32)

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Unit responsible: Official Meetings, Documentations and Relations (RELMEETINGS)

Reference: dec-GB.307/10/1

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