Complaints may be brought against a member state by employers' and workers' organizations.
The CFA is an ILO Governing Body committee which meets three times a year. It is composed of an independent chairperson and six representatives each of governments, employers and workers.
In the video below, ILO News talked to Paul van der Heijden, Chair of the Committee; Peter Anderson, employers’ representative and Yves Veyrier, workers’ representative. They explain how useful the CFA is in protecting freedom of association throughout the world.