The Meeting would be attended by eight experts nominated after consultation with Governments, eight experts nominated after consultation with the Employers’ group, and eight experts nominated after consultation with the Workers’ group of the Governing Body.
In order to obtain the Government nominations, the Director-General would approach the governments of the following countries: Algeria, Chile, France, Japan, Norway, Philippines, South Africa and United States. Should any of them fail to nominate a participant, the Director-General would approach the Governments of the following countries: Canada, Indonesia, Morocco and Republic of Moldova.
As had been the practice in the recent past, the Director-General would appoint, after consultation with the groups of the Governing Body, a knowledgeable independent chairperson.
Other countries that had an interest in the subject would be able to attend as observers, at their own expense.
(Document GB.321/INS/10/2, paragraph 8.)
- § Trends: Diversity of non-standard forms of employment (NSFE); growth and prevalence of the various types of NSFE around the world; main characteristics of working conditions in NSFE, as well as impacts on enterprise and labour market performance; reasons for growth of NSFE.
- § NSFE and fundamental principles and rights at work: Ability to realize the principles concerning the fundamental rights of workers in NSFE; main challenges in realizing these rights; country experiences on how to strengthen the fundamental principles and rights at work of workers in NSFE; policy orientations for improving the realization of fundamental rights of workers in NSFE.
- § Regulations for protecting workers in NSFE: degree of inclusion of NSFE in current international labour standards; national experiences, sectoral or occupational experiences in the regulation of NSFE that have been effective in promoting the quality of NSFE; features of regulations and policies that facilitate, through NSFE, the integration of hitherto excluded groups from the labour market and discuss the transition of workers in NSFE to standard forms of employment.