The Summits of the Americas brings together the thirty-four democratically elected Heads of State and Governments of the Americas to review challenges that the region faces in order to seek shared solutions and improve the quality of their citizens' lives. The Summits of the Americas Process is a commitment to hemispheric integration and national and collective responsibility for improving the economic well-being and security of people.
The ILO and the IACMLThe ILO actively participates in the Inter-American Conference of Ministries of Labor (IACML), which is the main forum in the Americas for discussion and decision-making regarding policy priorities and actions on labor issues. The ILO provides policy advice, technical assistance to the working groups, and strengthens coordination with the OAS technical Secretariat and other relevant members of the IACML.
7th Summit of the Americas
ILO Director-General at the Seventh Summit of the Americas: 'Economic slowdown in Latin America and the Caribbean is affecting employment'
April 10, 2015
Event in Washington, D.C.
17-21 November 2014
October 13-16, 2014
ILO Regional Director of Latin America and the Caribbean, Elizabeth Tinoco, met with President Obama to discuss the prospects for advancing the Decent Work agenda in the region.
April 15, 2012