105th Session of the International Labour Conference, June 2016

Building a future with Decent Work

  • From 30 May to 10 June 2016, Government, Employers’ and Workers’ representatives from 187 member States discussed a series of world of work issues including global supply chains; decent work for peace, security and disaster resilience, as well as the impact of the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization. Delegates will also consider amendments to the Code of the Maritime Labour Convention and review the report of the Director-General on poverty.
  • From 30 May to 10 June, Government, Employers’ and Workers’ representatives from 187 member States discussed a series of world of work issues including global supply chains; decent work for peace, security and disaster resilience, as well as the impact of the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization. Delegates will also consider amendments to the Code of the Maritime Labour Convention and review the report of the Director-General on poverty.
  • From 30 May to 10 June, Government, Employers’ and Workers’ representatives from 187 member States discussed a series of world of work issues including global supply chains; decent work for peace, security and disaster resilience, as well as the impact of the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization. Delegates will also consider amendments to the Code of the Maritime Labour Convention and review the report of the Director-General on poverty.
  • From 30 May to 10 June, Government, Employers’ and Workers’ representatives from 187 member States discussed a series of world of work issues including global supply chains; decent work for peace, security and disaster resilience, as well as the impact of the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization. Delegates will also consider amendments to the Code of the Maritime Labour Convention and review the report of the Director-General on poverty.
  • From 30 May to 10 June, Government, Employers’ and Workers’ representatives from 187 member States discussed a series of world of work issues including global supply chains; decent work for peace, security and disaster resilience, as well as the impact of the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization. Delegates will also consider amendments to the Code of the Maritime Labour Convention and review the report of the Director-General on poverty.
  • From 30 May to 10 June, Government, Employers’ and Workers’ representatives from 187 member States discussed a series of world of work issues including global supply chains; decent work for peace, security and disaster resilience, as well as the impact of the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization. Delegates will also consider amendments to the Code of the Maritime Labour Convention and review the report of the Director-General on poverty.