ILO Centenary Celebration

ILO 24-hour Global Tour of centenary celebrations to stop in Brussels

On 11 April 1919, ILO’s constitution was adopted in Paris. 100 years later, the diversity and reach of ILO’s work will be showcased in a global live show, webcast from 24 locations in 24 hours, as part of the organisation’s centenary celebrations. The show will stop-over in Brussels at 6pm.

News | 01 April 2019
On Thursday 11 April 2019, from 18:00 until 19:00, ILO-Brussels will host a live panel discussion on The Future of Work in Europe (please use Chrome to open this link).

Keynote speakers will discuss how to ensure a Future of Work in Europe that is socially inclusive, provides decent jobs for all, allows our economies to grow and our businesses to thrive.


  • Heinz Koller, ILO Assistant Director-General and Regional Director for Europe and Central Asia
  • Esther Lynch, Confederal Secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC)
  • Maxime Cerutti, Director Social Affairs at BusinessEurope
  • Frédéric Piccavet, Board Member of the European Youth Forum


  • Conny Czymoch, international moderator and journalist
This event will be entirely livestreamed (please use Chrome to open this link). There will not be a physical audience. It is not necessary to register to watch the livestream.

This event is part of the ILO 24-hour Global Tour of live events taking place in sequence around the world from Fiji to Peru. The ILO Centenary “Global Tour” will be webcast on Thursday 11 April. Check the schedule and hop on the tour.