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ILO

abbr.
International Labor Organization

ILO

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) International Labour Organisation
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ILO - the United Nations agency concerned with the interests of labor
UN agency, United Nations agency - an agency of the United Nations
Translations

ILO

N ABBR =International Labour OrganizationOIT f

ILO

[ˌaɪɛlˈəʊ] n abbr (=International Labour Organization) → OIT f(= Organisation internationale du travail)

ILO

[ˌaɪɛlˈəʊ] n abbr =International Labour OrganizationO.I.L. f =Organizzazione Internazionale del Lavoro
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Other national HIV/AIDS laws such as the Mozambican AIDS Act, 2002, and the Zambian Employment Act, 2002, specifically address issues relating to HIV/AIDS in the world of work such as discrimination, dismissal and exclusion from social protection benefits, and have definitions and provisions that are guided by the ILO Code and the ILO Employment Convention No.
In June, the ILO signed an agreement with Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua and Peru to end child labor in small-scale mining and quarries by 2015.
Shortly after my arrival at the ILO, Konrad Raiser and I very quickly understood that we were pursuing the same objective: how could we, together, respond more effectively to the calls of the poorest and most vulnerable in the world?
The ILO has also asked the Nigerian government to remove certain worker categories from its essential services list so trade union conventions may be enforced.
First, biometrics: an ILO seafarer identification document must incorporate digitised data generated by two fingerprints from a seafarer.
In 1999 the ILO adopted a new convention concerning child labor.
The official, Francis Maupain, told a press conference at the ILO headquarters in Geneva the strictures were such that the ILO would not be able to conduct a ''meaningful'' operation even if an office were set up.
The ILO mission, led by former Australian Governor General Ninian Stephen, arrived in Myanmar on Monday on a three-week investigation of alleged forced labor there.
WTO rules regulate the way governments treat one another's goods and services (they define an exchange of benefits or contracts); whereas, ILO Conventions establish standards for how governments treat their domestic workers.
Article 33 empowers the ILO to recommend that the United Nations Economic and Social Council and other international organizations review, and if necessary, downgrade or cut their ties with Myanmar and halt activities that may prolong forced labor in Myanmar.
The ILO urged the Japanese government to encourage talks between six Japan Railway (JR) group firms and two labor unions to settle the 12-year-long dispute.
Founded in 1919, the ILO is the oldest and one of the most stable agencies belonging to the network of the United Nations.