The Symposium commemorating the ILO’s centenary: The 32nd International Symposium on Labour Issues

  • Co-Organized by ILO Office for Japan / Hosei University Ohara Institute for Social Research
  • Collaborated by NPO The Japan Association for Advancement of ILO Activities
  • Date & Time: Mon. 11th November 13:30-16:30
  • Venue: Osaka City Central Public Hall
  • Programme:
- Opening remarks by Mr. Akira Suzuki, Professor, Hosei University Ohara Institute for Social Research
- Report on the 108th International Labour Conference by Ms. Akiko Taguchi, Director, ILO Office for Japan

"International Labour Conference Centenary Session as it happened"

- Keynote Speech: “ILO and Japan” by Mr. Shinichi Ago, Professor of Law, The Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University / Professor Emeritus in the Faculty of Law, Kyushu University / a members of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations of the ILO

- Report #1: “ILO Convention No. 1 and working time issues” by Prof. Satoshi Ishii, Faculty of Economics, Kinki University

- Report #2: “The issue of selecting labour representatives at the International Labour Conference in pre-war Japan and Ohara Institute for Social Research” by Prof. Kazue Enoki, Ohara Institute for Social Research, Hosei University

- Panel Discussion on working time issue, the ILO’s tripartite constituency, the Future of Work and the expected roles of the ILO in the future

Panelists: Prof. Shinichi Ago / Prof. Satoshi Ishii / Prof. Kazue Enoki
Moderated by Ms. Akiko Taguchi