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ILO Conference to tackle future of work and child labour


The International Labour Organization (ILO) will convene its annual conference in Geneva from June 3rd to 14th. Representatives from 187 member states will tackle critical issues shaping the world of work.

A key focus will be "Renewing the Social Contract," exploring how to ensure fair labor practices and decent work opportunities. Discussions on biological hazard protection aim to establish new international labor standards.

The conference will also address the ongoing situation of workers in occupied Arab territories and the strategic importance of upholding fundamental worker rights.

Decent work in the care economy is another agenda item, highlighting the need for fair treatment in this growing sector.

Technical committees will delve into budget matters, application of existing labor standards, and potential abrogation of outdated conventions.

The World Day Against Child Labour will be observed with a special event celebrating 25 years of progress and charting a course towards its elimination.

Finally, the Global Coalition for Social Justice will hold its inaugural forum on 13 June, fostering collaboration to advance social justice worldwide.



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