110th Session of the International Labour Conference (2022)

Worker delegates' registration form for committees 2022

Form or template | 10 May 2022



Only the accredited Worker delegate should fill out the form on line to request membership of the various working parties.

Both regular and substitute members participate in the work of the committees in the same way. However, regular membership means a firm commitment is made to participate in EVERY session, since it could involve a vote. In addition, as committees meet simultaneously, a small delegation of one or two persons should not request to register as “regular member” in several committees.

The email address already provided in the credentials will be used to issue invitations to the meetings of the committee in question.


During the Conference, changes in relation to committees must be submitted using this same form before 5.00 p.m. (Geneva time). These changes are automatically transmitted to ACTRAV-CONF@ilo.org and will be reflected in the next day’s listings.

Please note that membership will only be effective once the ILO has received official credentials of the country delegation from the Government.

Please enter the names of representatives chosen by the Workers’ national delegation in the list, below the Committee in question.


Committee on the Application of Standards



Standard-Setting Committee: Apprenticeships



Recurrent Discussion Committee: Employment



General Discussion Committee: Decent Work and the Social and Solidarity Economy



General Affairs Committee

Membership in the General Affairs Committee for the Workers’ Group is usually limited to the 14 Worker members who are officially elected to positions in the International Labour Conference (Vice-President, Officers, spokespersons). While limited, further in person presence will be allowed during this year’s Session of the Conference. The list of members will be compiled by the Workers’ group secretariat. As other representatives can follow the work of the Committee remotely, contact details, including email addresses, can also be provided in reference to the discussion on Occupational Safety and Health as a Fundamental Right, which will take place in the General Affairs Committee.



Worker delegate contact information

You need to provide the full name of the Worker Delegate and the trade union organization, as well as an email address where the Office can contact the Worker Delegate for any clarification.