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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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Ijaz Ahmad from the ILO shared the ILO mandate to strengthen the tripartite mechanism by facilitating stakeholders.
In addition to the new conciliation and mediation services, the ESO, which is a unique administrative dispute resolution centre in the region, and structured to function in accordance with the ILO Guidelines on Labour Dispute Systems, has announced it has implemented the ILO principle of Social Dialogue by launching a working group called the 'ESO Think Lab'.
Ingrid Christensen and Assistant Regional Director General for Asia and Pacific Tomoko Nishimot here on Wednesday, the Minister appreciated the efforts of ILO, European Union and other donor agencies for holding successful South Asia Labour Conference-2014 in Lahore where all stakeholders, not only from Pakistan but also from the whole region fully participated and presented valuable suggestions for improvement of labour sector.
In its report, the ILO mission said it "acknowledges the recent concrete measures taken by the government and other interlocutors" it met in Qatar to improve migrants' working conditions.
The workshop was a joint initiative between the ILO Bureau for Employers' Activities (ACTEMP), the ILO Jerusalem office, the Jordan Chamber of Industry, and the Social Security Corporation of Jordan.
At a time when mass migration, heightened by the conflict in Syria and economic crisis, has become a political hot potato the ILO said its calculations showed migrant workers make up almost three quarters - 72.
The ILO has chosen Bahrain as one of the most advanced countries for its implementation of appropriate work standards.
For her part, O'Donovan said the organization intends to resume the rehabilitation and training programs for Syrian workers, pointing out that ILO is aware of the sabotage that has hit the labor sector in Syria.
According to ILO estimates, the 2008 financial crisis has particularly affected this age group's employment perspectives, as last year's unemployment rate of 13 percent is expected to rise in coming years.
3) In contrast, literature on the ILO is limited, despite the ILO's engagement with migration policy since its establishment in 1919, reflected in the migration governance suggestions of the ILO's first director general, Albert Thomas.
In a meeting in Geneva, Switzerland on Monday, the ILO official stressed the need for enhanced cooperation with Tehran.