International Labour


  International Labour Organization (ILO) was established by United Nations in 1946. The principles of social justice have been established on the basis of the protection of universal human and labour rights. The ILO expresses international labour standarts through conventions and recommendations. These conventions and recommendations set minimum standart on fundamental labour rights; the right to organize, collective bargaining, the elimination of forced labor, equality of opportunity and other issues related to working life. It also provides technical assistance in areas such as vocational training and vocational rehabilitation, labour policy, labour management, labour law and industrial relations, working conditions, business developments, cooperatives, social security, labour staticts, occupational health and safety. It encourages the development of independent employers and employees organizations and provides training and consultancy services to these organizations. Within the United Nations, the ILO forms a tripartite strong relations with equal participation of employees, employers and governments. As the academic team, we suggest this committee to beginner delegates. So would you like to take big steps for humanity? Come and join us!

Agenda Item 1:  Employment Intensive Investments

Agenda Item 2:  The Potential of Technology in Adressing Labour Force Gaps