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The International Labor Organization publishes its annual report on international labor standards


Geneva (International Labor Organization) – 11/02/2022. 19:34

International labor standards consist of conventions, protocols of conventions and recommendations

  • International Labor Standards are global tools adopted by the international community that reflect shared values ​​and principles on labor-related issues

Published the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations, whose work constitutes the cornerstone of the supervisory system ofInternational Labour Organization about standards International Labor its annual report.

International labor standards, which consist of conventions, protocols of agreements and recommendations, are universal tools adopted by the international community and reflect shared values ​​and principles on labor-related issues. While ILO member states can choose whether or not to ratify an ILO convention or protocol, the ILO considers it important to follow developments in all countries, whether they have ratified it or not.

Once a country has ratified an ILO convention or protocol, it is obligated to regularly report on the measures it has taken to implement it. The Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (CEACR) is an independent body of 20 high-ranking legal experts at both national and international levels, charged with examining the implementation of ILO Conventions, Protocols and Recommendations by ILO member states.

The Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (CEACR) is an independent body

The members of the Commission are appointed in their personal capacity from among impartial, competent and independent persons from all regions of the world in order to enable the Commission to have first-hand experience in various legal, economic and social systems. .

This year the panel of experts is also publishing a public survey titled “Securing Decent Work for Nursing and Domestic Workers, Key Actors in the Care Economy,” which will be released during the last week of February.

To view the full report from here

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