(a) reaffirmed the importance of legal protection for the ILO in its relations with member States, and in particular its privileges and immunities recognized in the 1947 Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Specialized Agencies and Annex I relating to the ILO;
(b) urged member States which have yet to do so, to accede to the 1947 Convention and apply its Annex I;
(c) requested the Office to continue its efforts to promote the legal protection of the ILO through the measures indicated, and to report periodically on the legal situation of the ILO in its member States, with a view to taking further measures as necessary;
(d) requested the Office to undertake an analysis of the question of immunities and privileges for officials of the International Organisation of Employers (IOE) and the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), in the context of the abovementioned Convention and Annex I, in the execution of official missions of the ILO defined in a tripartite manner, and to propose possible legal approaches at the November 2013 Session of the Governing Body.
(Document GB.313/LILS/1, paragraph 15, as amended.)