Development cooperation builds bridges between the ILO’s standard-setting role and women and men everywhere. It supports the technical, organizational and institutional capacities of ILO constituents so as to enable them to put in place meaningful and coherent social policy and ensure sustainable development.
NGOs wishing to attend ILO meetings as observers must submit their requests - addressed to the attention of the Director-General - to email@example.com. The deadline for requests to attend the 109th Session of the International Labour Conference (ILC) June 2021 is 15 February 2021.
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Ship to Shore Rights
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Highlights of the ILO's work
Over the past decade, and with ILO assistance, more than 60 countries implementing almost 200 laws have adapted their legal frameworks to conform to the ILO’s child labour Conventions. Since 2004, in its regular review of the application of Conventions No. 138 and No. 182, the ILO’s Committee of Experts has seen a seven-fold increase in the number of comments noting progress.
The ILO works with countries to extend social protection in two ways: by pushing for the rapid implementation of national social protection floors of basic social security guarantees that ensure universal access to essential health care and income security while also improving existing social protection schemes to provide higher levels of benefits, progressively, to as many people as possible.
Employment-intensive investments link infrastructure development with employment creation, poverty reduction and local economic and social development.
Better Work – an ILO/IFC programme set up in 2009 – has improved conditions in factories employing more than 3 million workers by engaging with more than 60 global garment brands and 1,500 factories