Meeting documents
ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations
Promoting jobs, protecting people
ILO home > Publications > Meeting documents

Meeting documents

March 2014

  1. Meeting document

    Complaint concerning non observance by Fiji of the Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise Convention, 1948 (No. 87), made by delegates to the 102nd Session (2013) of the International Labour Conference under article 26 of the ILO Constitution‎

    05 March 2014

    The Governing Body is invited to decide whether, in light of the information provided by the Government of Fiji in the appendix to this document, it wishes to appoint a Commission of Inquiry under article 26, paragraph 4, of the ILO Constitution (see the draft decision in paragraphs 11 and 12).

  2. Meeting document

    Programme and Budget for 2012–13: Regular budget account and Working Capital Fund as at 31 December 2013

    03 March 2014

    This paper provides information on the position of 2012–13 income and expenditure as at 31 December 2013. The net shortfall of income after adjustments for the reimbursement of the 2010–11 deficit and the provision for delays in the payment of contributions amounted to US$18,776,316 or 16,654,592 Swiss francs (CHF). In accordance with article 21.1(a) of the Financial Regulations, the Working Capital Fund was drawn upon to finance budgetary expenditure pending receipt of contributions. The balance of this Fund standing at CHF35,000,000, as a consequence, decreased to CHF18,345,408. In accordance with article 21.2(a) of the Financial Regulations, arrears of contributions received in 2014 have been used to reimburse the Working Capital Fund.

February 2014

  1. Meeting document

    Composition and structure of the staff as at 31 December 2013

    28 February 2014

    This document provides information on the composition and structure of the staff of the Office.

  2. Meeting document

    Report on ILO activities in Myanmar

    28 February 2014

    The document provides an update on ILO activities in Myanmar as required by the resolution adopted by the 102nd Session of the International Labour Conference (June 2013).

  3. Meeting document

    Information and communications technology questions: Progressreport on the Information Technology Strategy 2010–15

    26 February 2014

    At its 306th Session (November 2009), the Governing Body approved the ILO’s IT strategy for the period 2010–15. The IT Strategy 2010–15 establishes indicators, targets, milestones and outputs for each biennium of the six-year period. The Office provides an update on progress on an annual basis. This paper summarizes progress since the last report issued at the 316th Session (November 2012) of the Governing Body.

  4. Meeting document

    Report of the Independent Oversight Advisory Committee (IOAC)

    26 February 2014

    This paper transmits the 2014 report of the Independent Oversight Advisory Committee, for debate and guidance

  5. Meeting document

    Matters arising out of the work of the International Labour Conference Follow-up to the resolution concerning sustainable development, decent work and green jobs

    25 February 2014

    The Governing Body is invited to consider the rationale for and purpose of a possible tripartite meeting of experts on sustainable development, decent work and green jobs in the course of 2015 (see draft decision in paragraph 22).

  6. Meeting document

    Strategy for wider ILO engagement with the private sector

    24 February 2014

    This paper presents a revised approach to the ILO’s engagement with enterprises and proposes a strategy for the future. The Governing Body is invited to endorse this revised approach (see the draft decision in paragraph 10).

  7. Meeting document

    Review of annual reports under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work

    24 February 2014

    The Governing Body is invited to take note of the information submitted under the Annual Review for the year 2013 and to provide guidance on key issues and priorities for helping member States to respect, promote and realize fundamental principles and rights at work (see the draft decision in paragraph 147).

© 1996-2014 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer