Committee for fundamental principles and rights at work

Composition of Committees (14/06/2017)

This Committee had before it Report VI submitted to the Conference for discussion (see below). The Committee met from 5 to 13 June in Room XVII according to its Tentative Plan of Work (approved by the Committee at its first sitting).

Committee reports and documents

  1. Provisional Record No. 11-2

    Reports of the Committee for Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work: Summary of proceedings

    15 June 2017

    Note – Committee members may submit corrections to their own statements appearing in this report to the Committee secretariat (cpdft@ilo.org) by 23 June 2017, 6 p.m.

  2. Provisional Record No. 11-1

    Reports of the Committee for Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work: Resolution and Conclusions submitted for adoption by the Conference

    15 June 2017

  3. 106th Session of the International Labour Conference

    Amendments to the draft resolution and conclusions concerning the second recurrent discussion on fundamental principles and rights at work

    12 June 2017

Reports submitted to the Conference

  1. Report VI

    Fundamental principles and rights at work: From challenges to opportunities

    05 April 2017

    A recurrent discussion on the strategic objective of fundamental principles and rights at work, under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization, 2008

Background information

  1. 7 June 2017

    High level discussion on strengthening fundamental principles and rights at work in the international arena

    High level Panel as part of the 2017 International Labour Conference’s recurrent discussion on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work

  2. 106th International Labour Conference

    Five things to know about the ILO Committee on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work

    01 June 2017

    The realization of fundamental principles and rights at work is at the heart of the ILO's Decent Work agenda. It includes the elimination of child labour, forced labour, and discrimination at work, as well as the promotion of freedom of association and collective bargaining. Beate Andrees, Chief of the ILO's Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work (FPRW) Branch, tells us what we can expect at this year’s FPRW Committee taking place at the 106th International Labour Conference.