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Noun1.International Labour Organization - the United Nations agency concerned with the interests of labor
UN agency, United Nations agency - an agency of the United Nations
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In the context of the fight against the phenomenon of child labour, the Tunisian Government supported by the International Labour Office (ILO), in consultation with the Ministry of Social Affairs, the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT), The Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA) and the Tunisian Union of Agriculture and Fisheries (UTAP) developed the PROTECTE with the aim of providing the Tunisian Government and social partners with technical assistance for the implementation of the National Action Plan to Combat Child Labour (PAN-TN) in Tunisia by 2015-2020, adopted in January 2016.
International Migration Programme, International Labour Office, Geneva.
Many associations, counting the UN and the International Labour Office, make declarations on the significance of social justice for populace.
And she applauded comments by one of the top management team of the United Nations International Labour Office, who said that excluding women from decisions about the future of Afghanistan would be a disaster for the country.
Hayter (an industrial and employment relations specialist in the International Labour Office, Switzerland) presents 11 chapters, some of which focus on the role that collective bargaining can play in facilitating workplace change, promoting training, protecting employment, regulating flexibility in respect of working time, and countering inequality, while others discuss collective bargaining in relation to such topics as equity and efficiency, macroeconomics, and the global economic crisis.
Ghobash expressed his appreciation for the efforts made by the Director-General of the International Labour Office in preparing the international report, titled "Equality at Work: The Continuing Challenge."
Developed over seven years, these new Community-Based Rehabilitation Guidelines are the result of collaboration between the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Labour Office (ILO), the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the International Disability and Development Consortium (IDDC), in close consultation with other key stakeholders on disability and development globally.
International Labour Office (ILO) (1940), Year-Book of Labour Statistics, Geneva, Table XIII.
ISLAMABAD, September 07, 2010 (Frontier Star): More than 5.3 million jobs may have been lost or affected as a result of the worst ever floods in the history of Pakistan that devastated more than 70 districts of Pakistan, the International Labour Office (ILO) said Tuesday adding that productive and labour intensive job creation programmes are urgently needed to lift millions of people out of poverty that has been aggravated by flood damage.
"Europe should bear the cost of the social measures linked to budgetary adjustment, essentially unemployment benefit, out of the EU budget." Estimating this effort at 6% of the Union's budget, ie less than 10 billion, he criticised the fact that neither Employment and Social Affairs Commissioner Laszlo Andor nor the International Labour Office (ILO) was involved in developing the aid plan.
In the same regard, he noted that the official announcement of this programme in Algeria "will be made by the International Labour Office representation in Algiers." "Since ILO statement on the principles of labour fundamental rights composed of 8 fundamental conventions in 1999, Algeria ratified the convention relating to right to negotiations," he added while explaining that this step "led to the Economic and Social Pact." "The social dialogue is not empty word in Algeria," he underlined while noting that "experience of social dialogue in Algeria will be at 33rd session of the General Council of the Organization of Algerian Syndicate Unity." Khalef noted that the "DWCP will be initiated in Africa with ILO partners, i.e.
The Governing Body of the International Labour Office called for an "employment oriented" response to the global economic crisis based on policy measures set out in the ILO's Global Jobs Pact.

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