Meeting documents

November 2011

  1. Meeting document

    First Supplementary Report: Documents submitted for information only

    03 November 2011

  2. Meeting document

    Report of the 12th African Regional Meeting

    02 November 2011

  3. Meeting document

    Improvements in the standards-related activities of the ILO - ILO standards policy: The establishment and the implementation of a standards review mechanism

    02 November 2011

    This document builds on the discussion that began at the 310th Session of the Governing Body (March 2011) on the possible establishment and implementation of a Standards Review Mechanism (SRM) with the objective of ensuring that the ILO has in place a clear and robust body of up-to-date international labour standards that responds to the needs of the world of work, the protection of workers and promotion of sustainable enterprises. The document outlines and analyses in detail the nine elements that would comprise the SRM within the overarching framework of the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization and the ILO’s standards policy in particular.

  4. Meeting document

    Conclusions of the 12th African Regional Meeting: Accelerating the Decent Work Agenda in Africa

    02 November 2011

  5. Meeting document

    A turn for the worse? Latest developments and current outlook for employment and the social dimension of globalization

    01 November 2011

    The paper sets out the latest forecasts for the world economy and prospects for employment. It reviews recent international policy developments and concludes with a discussion of the implications of current and prospective economic developments for the work of the ILO and its constituents.

October 2011

  1. Meeting document

    Use of the Special Programme Account

    28 October 2011

    Proposals to the Governing Body to finance high-priority work with the balance of US$4.2 million under the Special Programme Account resulting from the income surplus for the financial period ended 31 December 2009 in follow-up to decisions taken by the Governing Body in March 2011.

  2. Meeting document

    Financial questions relating to the International Institute for Labour Studies

    28 October 2011

    The paper provides the Governing Body with advance copies of the Programme and Budget proposals of the Institute for 2012–13 and information on the acceptance of contributions and gifts to the Institute as well as the financial position of both the Institute’s Endowment Fund and the Phelan Legacy as at 31 December 2010.

  3. Meeting document

    Proposed 2012−13 budgets for extra-budgetary accounts - Inter-American Centre for Knowledge Development in Vocational Training (CINTERFOR)

    26 October 2011

    This paper presents a proposal for CINTERFOR’s programme and budget for 2012−13. Additionally, it provides information concerning the use of the 2010−11 budget and activities implemented during 2010–11 taking into account the guidance received from the Governing Body in November 2009 (GB.306/9/1).

  4. Meeting document

    Improvements in the standards-related activities of the ILO - Progress report on the implementation of the interim plan of action for the standards-related strategy

    25 October 2011

    The Governing Body adopted a standards strategy with four components in November 2005 and an interim plan of action for this strategy in November 2007. This paper gives an update on progress made since November 2010 on the implementation of the interim plan of action as regards four specific action plans (concerning the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006, and the governance, occupational safety and health and work in fishing instruments), as well as the technical cooperation and information and communication components of the standards strategy.

  5. Meeting document

    Programme and Budget for 2010–11: Regular budget account and Working Capital Fund

    24 October 2011

    This paper provides information on the position of 2010–11 income and expenditure as at 30 September 2011. For the 21-month period ending 30 September 2011, contributions received and expenditure recorded were US$606,672,121 and US$570,632,218, resulting in an excess of income received over expenditure of US$36,039,903 at the budget rate of exchange of 1.07 Swiss francs to the US dollar.