Building a future with decent work: The 108th International Labour Conference (10-21 June)
The 108th International Labour Conference gets underway in Geneva, Switzerland from 10 to 21 June 2019.
This year’s session brings together over 5,000 delegates from around the globe to find solutions to the challenges of the future of the world of work, and celebrate the Centenary of the International Labour Organization.
At its 334th Session (October–November 2018), the Governing Body endorsed the concept of holding a series of thematic debates and events connected to the future of work to be included in the agenda of the 108th (Centenary) Session of the Conference.
These forums and events will not be governed by the Standing Orders of the Conference and will not lead to any outcome or conclusions to be submitted to the Conference for adoption.
They are intended to provide an opportunity to stimulate debate among Conference participants, heads of international organizations, key figures from business and industry and from trade unions, policymakers, global experts, representatives of civil society and academia, and young people with inspiring, thought-provoking perspectives on the future of the world of work.
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