International Labour Standards Policy
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International Labour Standards Policy

The four components of the standards strategy:

  • 1. Better promotion and application of the existing corpus of up-to-date ILO standards
  • 2. Strengthening of the supervisory system
  • 3. Importance of achieving greater visibility of ILO standards
  • 4. Technical assistance, technical cooperation and capacity building

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Committee on Legal Issues and International Labour Standards (LILS)

November 2012 (GB. 316)

March 2012 (GB. 313)

November 2011 (GB. 312)

March 2011 (GB. 310)

November 2010 (GB. 309)

March 2010 (GB. 307)

November 2009 (GB. 306)

March 2009 (GB. 304)

November 2008 (GB. 303)

March 2008 (GB. 301)

November 2007 (GB. 300)

March 2007 (GB. 298)

March 2006 (GB. 295)

November 2005 (GB. 294)

March 2005 (GB. 292)

CARTIER WORKING PARTY - Working Party on Policy regarding the Revision of Standards (1995-2002)

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