On the agenda of the 102nd Session of the International Labour Conference

  1. Standing items

  2. Reports of the Chairperson of the Governing Body and of the Director-General
  3. Reports of the Chairperson of the Governing Body and of the Director-General
  4. Information and reports on the application of Conventions and Recommendations
  1. Employment and social protection in the new demographic context

    "Population ageing" has significant implications for employment and social protection policies. It will impact on issues such as labour and skills shortages, productivity and earnings, poverty and informality, social protection coverage, sustainability of social security systems, migration and many others that require adequate, timely, far-sighted and structural policy responses.

  1. Sustainable development, decent work and green jobs

    Preserving the natural environment and ensuring access to decent work for all have emerged as defining challenges of the twenty-first century. While the enduring global economic crisis has exacerbated environmental and social concerns, recognition of the pivotal role of decent work for sustainable development has grown.

  1. Social dialogue

    Trends, challenges and opportunities associated with actors and institutions of social dialogue through an assessment of the diverse realities and needs, in the context of globalization. Recurrent discussion under the follow-up to the 2008 ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization.