Meeting documents

October 2008

  1. Meeting document

    Shaping a fair globalization: Perspectives and prospects for the Decent Work Agenda

    29 October 2008

  2. Meeting document

    Follow-up to the resolution on technical cooperation adopted by the 95th Session (2006) of the International Labour Conference

    29 October 2008

  3. Meeting document

    Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization - Preliminary implementation plan

    29 October 2008

  4. Meeting document

    Joint ILO/UNESCO Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendations concerning Teaching Personnel (CEART): Interim report on allegations submitted by teachers' organizations

    29 October 2008

  5. Meeting document

    Interim report on allegations received from teachers’ organizations on non-observance of the Recommendations of 1966 and 1997 concerning teachers September 2008)

    29 October 2008

  6. Meeting document

    Developments concerning the question of the observance by the Government of Myanmar of the Forced Labour Convention, 1930 (No. 29). Status report on decisions regarding Myanmar

    28 October 2008

    The October 2008 report of the ILO Liaison Officer in Myanmar

  7. Meeting document

    Status report on ongoing renovation activities and preparations for future activities at the headquarters building

    27 October 2008

  8. Meeting document

    Implementation of Decent Work Country Programmes

    27 October 2008

  9. Meeting document

    Employment and labour market implications of climate change

    27 October 2008

    This paper discusses the implications for employment and decent work of climate change. It focuses on the search for ways to combine growth, the reduction of poverty and inclusive development with a much reduced emission of greenhouse gases (GHG) and measures to adapt to climate changes that are already under way. The framework for this discussion is the concept of sustainable development agreed at the Johannesburg Summit in 2002, which assumed “a collective responsibility to advance and strengthen the interdependent and mutually reinforcing pillars of sustainable development – economic development, social development, and environmental protection”. The paper builds on the discussion of the issue in the Working Party on the Social Dimension of Globalization in the November 2007 session of the Governing Body.

  10. Meeting document

    Matters relating to the Administrative Tribunal of the ILO - Recognition of the Tribunal's jurisdiction by the ITER International Fusion Energy Organization (ITER Organization)

    27 October 2008