International Labour Organization

The International Labour Organization (ILO) is a United Nations agency whose mandate is to advance social justice and promote decent work by setting international labour standards. It was the first specialised agency of the UN. The ILO has 187 member states: 186 of the 193 UN member states plus the Cook Islands are members of the ILO. The tripartite structure is unique to the ILO where representatives from the government, employers and employees openly debate and create labour standards.

The International Labour Office is the permanent secretariat of the International Labour Organization. It is the focal point for International Labour Organization's overall activities, which it prepares under the scrutiny of the Governing Body and under the leadership of the Director-General.

The ILO employs some 2,700 officials from over 150 nations at its headquarters in Geneva, and in around 40 field offices around the world. Among these officials, 900 work in technical cooperation programmes and projects.

In 1969, the ILO received the Nobel Peace Prize for improving fraternity and peace among nations, pursuing decent work and justice for workers, and providing technical assistance to other developing nations. Fifty years later to mark the organisation's centenary, it convened a Global Commission on the Future of Work, whose report, published in January 2019, made ten recommendations for governments to meet the unprecedented challenges of a changing world of work. Those included a universal labour guarantee, social protection from birth to old age and an entitlement to lifelong learning.

The International Labour Organization has developed a system of international labour standards aimed at promoting opportunities for women and men to obtain decent and productive work, in conditions of freedom, equity, security and dignity.

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Fünfter Punkt der Tagesordnung
Volume 93.2005, 5, 2B from Bericht / Internationale Arbeitskonferenz
Year: 2005
Publisher: Internat. Arbeitsamt (Genf)
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Year: 1919-2007, 1.1919 - 199.2007; damit Ersch. eingest.
Publisher: Internat. Arbeitsamt (Genf)
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Year: 1937-1966, Nachgewiesen 1919/37(1937); 28.1946 - 31.1948; 1919/49(1949); 1919/66(1966)
Publisher: Internat. Labour Off. (Geneva)
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Year: 1922-1939, 4.1922 - 25.1939 nachgewiesen
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(maritime) session, Geneva
Year: 1919-, 1.1919 -
Publisher: International Labour Office (Geneva)
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Year: 1951-1999, Nr. 99.1951 - 182.1999 nachgewiesen
Publisher: Internat. Labour Off. (Geneva)
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Year: 1954-, 1919/52(1954)=Tagung 1/35; 1919/66(1966)=Tagung 1/50; 1919/91(1993)=Tagung 1/78 -
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Year: 1950-1999, Nr. 88.1950 - 190.1999 nachgewiesen
Publisher: Internat. Labour Off. (Geneva)
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Volume 88.2000. -, 3,1B from Report / International Labour Conference
Year: 2000
Publisher: International Labour Office (Geneva)
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Ninth item on the agenda
Year: 1950
Publisher: Internat. Labour Office (Geneva)
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Volume [...]
Year: 1921-1948, Sess. 3.1921 - 31.1948 nachgewiesen
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