The International Labour Conference (ILC), which takes place every June in Geneva, sets out the main International Labour Organization guidelines and adopts international standards. The conference kicking off today, on 10 June, and coming to a close on 22 June is a special one, as it will celebrate the centenary of the United Nations body promoting social justice. Speaking to Planet Labor, Guy Ryder, the ILO’s director general, outlines the primary issues to be addressed at the conference, which is set to establish the organisation’s new roadmap for meeting the challenges of the fast-changing labour market as well as encourage discussion over a new international convention on harassment and violence in the workplace.
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