Recommendations and conclusions of sectoral meetings
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Recommendations and conclusions of sectoral meetings

Consensus reached during such International tripartite sectoral meetings results in recommendations for policy and action for the government, employers and workers. These recommendations, adopted at the end of the meetings, serve as a basis for the development of national policies and programmes, and provide guidance to constituents at international as well as country level.

The list below provides the conclusions and recommendations reached at international tripartite sectoral meetings from 2005 onwards.

Oil and gas production; oil refining

  1. Conclusions of the Tripartite Meeting on Promoting Social Dialogue and Good Industrial Relations from Oil and Gas Exploration and Production to Oil and Gas Distribution

    14 May 2009

    Conclusions adopted by the Tripartite Meeting on Promoting Social Dialogue and Good Industrial Relations from Oil and Gas Exploration and Production to Oil and Gas Distribution, 11-14 May 2009

Public service

Shipping; ports; fisheries; inland waterways

  1. Points of consensus and conclusions -Global Dialogue Forum on Safety in the Supply Chain in Relation to Packing of Containers

    22 February 2011

    Points of consensus and conclusions adopted by the Global Dialogue Forum on Safety in the Supply Chain in Relation to Packing of Containers, 21-22 February 2011

Textiles; clothing; leather; footwear

  1. Chairperson’s summary of the Tripartite Meeting on Promoting Fair Globalization in Textiles and Clothing in a Post-MFA Environment

    26 October 2005

    Chairperson’s summary presented at the Tripartite Meeting on Promoting Fair Globalization in Textiles and Clothing in a Post-MFA Environment, 24-26 October 2005

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