News

2015

  1. Representation – Report of the Tripartite Committee – Qatar – Convention No. 111

    16 June 2015

    Governing Body (GB.324/INS/7/9)

  2. Representation – Report of the Tripartite Committee – Portugal – Convention No. 137

    16 June 2015

    Governing Body (GB.324/INS/7/8)

  3. Representation – Report of the Tripartite Committee – Plurinational State of Bolivia– Convention No. 111

    15 June 2015

    Governing Body (GB.324/INS/7/6)

  4. Representation – Report of the Tripartite Committee – Portugal – Conventions Nos. 81, 129 and 155

    15 June 2015

    Governing Body (GB.324/INS/7/5)

  5. 2015 Report of the Conference Committee on the Application of Standards

    13 June 2015

    International Labour Conference, 104th Session, Geneva, 2015

  6. 375th Report of the Committee on Freedom of Association (June 2015)

    13 June 2015

  7. Belgium ratifies the Conventions on Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (Disabled Persons) and Domestic Workers

    10 June 2015

    With the registration of the ratification of Conventions Nos. 159 and 189, Belgium will have ratified 105 international labour Conventions in addition to one Protocol. This ranks Belgium 7th among the list of countries with the highest number of ratifications.

  8. Chile ratifies the Domestic Workers Convention

    10 June 2015

    Chile is the nineteenth ILO member State and the tenth member State from the Latin and Central American region to ratify this instrument

  9. Niger signs up to end modern slavery

    05 June 2015

    Niger has ratified the 2014 Protocol to the 1930 ILO Forced Labour Convention, as part of a renewed global effort to eradicate modern slavery. The Protocol, a legally binding instrument, brings the existing convention into the modern era, with new provisions on prevention, protection and victims’ access to remedies.

  10. Chad ratifies ILO Conventions on social security and employment policy

    04 June 2015

    During the 2015 International Labour Conference, Chad ratified ILO Convention No. 102 on minimum standards of social security and No. 122 on employment policy