101st ILO International Labour Conference - Media accreditation information

The International Labour Organization (ILO) will hold its annual International Labour Conference in Geneva from May 30 to 14 June, 2012.

News | 16 May 2012

GENEVA (ILO News) – The International Labour Organization (ILO) will hold its annual International Labour Conference in Geneva from May 30 to 14 June, 2012. For more details on the ILO Conference programme, please see the ILO web site: www.ilo.org/ilc

Media accreditation


Geneva-based correspondents already accredited to the UN
 

Correspondents who already hold media accreditation from UNOG will receive a specific badge from the ILO Spokesperson starting from May 28 that they will have to carry (on top of their usual UN badge) to have access to areas open to the media. For more information, please contact Hans von Rohland: rohland@ilo.org

For all other correspondents
 

To obtain accreditation for the Conference, correspondents should complete an Accreditation Form, to be sent by email (communication@ilo.org), fax (+4122/799-7397) or by post (addressed to ILO, Department of Communication and Public Information, 4 route des Morillons, 1211 Geneva 22, Switzerland).

Journalists should collect their badges upon their arrival at the Accreditation Pavillion located at the entrance to the main building of the ILO, 4 route des Morillons (NOT at the Palais des Nations) on presentation of a valid identity card or passport (with photo), a valid professional press card and a letter of assignment from the Editor-in-Chief of the media concerned.The badges also give access to a specific shuttle bus for visitors and media running between the ILO building (R3 South) and the Palais des Nations where the Conference takes place.

During plenaries, the ILC badge gives access to the press gallery. A specific request should be made to the press office by cameramen and photographers who want to have access to the plenary floor.

For more information on media accreditation, please contact: ILO Department of Communication and Public Information (DCOMM):
Tel.: +4122/799-7912
Fax: +4122/799-8577
E-mail: communication@ilo.org

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