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October 2014

  1. Meeting document

    Update on the headquarters building renovation project

    16 October 2014

    At its 309th Session in November 2010, the Governing Body approved a comprehensive plan for the renovation of the ILO headquarters building. This paper provides information on the developments since the 320th Session of the Governing Body in March 2014. The Governing Body is invited to take note of the additional requirements and costs associated with the granting of the building permit and the resulting reduced scope of the project required to retain the total cost approved in 2010, and to encourage the Director-General to continue to explore options for additional financing to enable the full scope of the project to be realized (see the draft decision in paragraph 28

  2. Meeting document

    List of Registered Persons

    16 October 2014

  3. Meeting document

    Appointments of the Regional Meeting

    16 October 2014

  4. Meeting document

    Final List of Delegations

    16 October 2014

  5. Meeting document

    Daily Bulletin 15/10/2014

    15 October 2014

  6. Meeting document

    Reform plan of action in the area of human resources management: Update

    14 October 2014

    To report on progress made in implementing the Director-General’s human resources reform. The Governing Body is invited to approve the amendments to the Staff Regulations in the appendix (see the draft decision in paragraph 22).

  7. Meeting document

    Enhanced programme of technical cooperation for the occupied Arab territories

    14 October 2014

    This document reports on progress made and planned ILO interventions within the context of the programme of technical cooperation in the occupied Arab territories. It highlights ongoing ILO initiatives addressing the situation of workers and key challenges, including the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Gaza, since the last reporting period. The Governing Body is invited to: (a) take note of the crisis in Gaza and of the developments in the ILO’s technical cooperation programme in the occupied Arab territories; (b) support a robust ILO engagement in the reconstruction of Gaza; and (c) provide guidance on the proposed ILO response through the enhanced programme of technical cooperation and its implementation.

  8. Meeting document

    Draft transitional strategic plan for 2016–17 and preview of the Programme and Budget proposals for 2016–17

    13 October 2014

    In March 2014, the Governing Body requested the Director-General to: (a) present a draft transitional strategic plan for the period 2016–17 to the 322nd Session (November 2014) of the Governing Body for its consideration; and (b) to include the transitional strategic plan for 2016–17 in the Director-General’s Programme and Budget proposals for 2016–17. The Governing Body is invited to comment on the proposed draft transitional strategic plan and the preliminary information concerning the Programme and Budget proposals for 2016–17 and to provide guidance to the Office for the submission of proposals to its 323rd Session (March 2015).

  9. Meeting document

    Monitoring and assessment of the progress towards decent work at the national level

    13 October 2014

    The Office has acquired valuable experience in developing decent work indicators and working with constituents on decent work country profiles as a result of its efforts on monitoring and assessing progress towards decent work at the national level. Recent evaluations confirmed the overall usefulness of the development of indicators and analyses for participating member States. The support provided to raise national statistical capacities resulted in more and higher quality statistics for monitoring decent work, and the profiles aided a number of countries in their policy-making and development planning as well as being useful for the development of Decent Work Country Programmes (DWCPs). The tripartite consensus approach to developing and validating the indicators and profiles, in collaboration with ministries of labour and employment and national statistical offices, was cited in both evaluations as highly beneficial and a key good practice. Depending on how the post-2015 framework for sustainable development evolves, this experience is likely to assist constituents and the ILO in fulfilling their role of ensuring that decent work is positioned at the heart of national and UN system strategies.

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