This Committee had before it Report IV submitted to the Conference for discussion and met from 30 May to 8 June in Room XIX, according to its Tentative Plan of Work (approved at its first sitting).
Composition of the Committee
Committee reports and documents
Reports submitted to the Conference
08 April 2016
05 January 2017
The aim of the study on workplace compliance is to map and analyse some of the governance mechanisms engaged in global supply chains, and to encourage collaboration between stakeholders to develop a culture of compliance.
105th International Labour Conference
ILO Director-General: “ILO sets course to promote decent work in global supply chains, in transition from conflict and crisis and in making poverty history by 2030”
10 June 2016
World parliament of labour sets the course for global action to shape the future of work.
29 May 2016
This comparative desk study examines how other key multilateral organizations approach the topic of Global Supply Chains (GSC) in order to help define the comparative advantage/added value of the ILO; provide input to the report for the general discussion of decent work in global supply chains at the 105th Session of the International Labour Conference (ILC) in 2016; and explore potential partnerships and follow-up actions after the ILC discussion.
27 May 2016
Comparative Analysis of Opportunities and Challenges for Social and Economic Upgrading
25 May 2016
24 May 2016
What would you ask the people who make your clothes? They number around sixty million worldwide – 80 per cent of them women – all employed in the global garment industry. The factories they work in provide valuable jobs that can improve livelihoods and lift communities out of poverty. Yet, poor working conditions remain a challenge across the sector.
06 April 2016