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Report of the 3rd Annual IOE Leaders Forum 2016

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2016 International Labour Conference

The 2016 ILC was held from 30 May - 10 June 2016.

Download the Report of the ILO Director-General 1(A) ILO Programme Implementation 2014-15

Download the Report of the ILO Director-General 1(B) The End to Poverty Initiative - the ILO and the 2030 Agenda

Download the IOE Guidance Note on the ILO Director-General End to Poverty Report 1(B) (member-login required)

Download the IOE Guidance Note on the ILO Director-General Report on the 2014-2015 Programme Implementation (member-login required)

Download the Appendix to the ILO Report of the Director-General on the situation of workers of the occupied Arab territories: available in English and Arabic

Employer spokesperson nominations have been proposed for the committees as follows. As usual, these nominations are subject to confirmation at the traditional Employers' Group meeting on the eve of the Conference.

Find out how to register with ACT/EMP for 2016 ILC Committees

Employer Spokesperson Nominations for 2016 ILC Committees
  • Selection Committee (Mr Hiroyuki Matsui - Japan)
  • Committee on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (Ms Sonia Regenbogen - Canada)
    ILO Report III Part 1 (A)
    ILO Report III (1B)
    ILO Report III (Part 2)
    Proposed Employers' Messages - General Discussion (member-login required)
    Proposed Employers' Messages - General Survey concerning ILO instruments on Migrant Workers (member-login required)
    Proposed Employers' Messages - Discussion of cases of serious failure to respect ILO reporting obligations (member-login required)
    Proposed Employers' Messages - Discussion of joint ILO-UNESCO CEART (member-login required)
  • Committee on Supply Chains (Mr Ed Potter - USA)
    ILO Report IV
    IOE Guidance Note on Decent Work in Global Supply Chains (member-login required)
    2016 ILC Discussion on Global Supply Chains: what is at stake for governments, business and workers? (member-login required) (revised 20 May 2016)
    Revised IOE Employers Position for the ILC Discussion on global supply chains (member-login required)

  • Committee on Decent Work for Peace and Resilience (Ms Lindiwe Sephomolo - Lesotho)
    ILO Report V (1)
    ILO Report V (2)
    ILO Report V (2) CORRIGENDUM
    IOE Guidance Note on Decent Work for Peace and Resilience (member-login required)
  • Committee on reviewing the 2008 Social Justice Declaration (Ms Renate Hornung-Draus - Germany)
    ILO Report VI
    ILO Report VI ADDENDUM
    IOE Guidance Note on the Evaluation of the 2008 Social Justice Declaration (member-login required)

  • Committee on Standing Orders (as necessary)

Global Supply Chain blog series 2016 by Linda Kromjong, Secretary-General


14 April 2016:
"Global supply chains are intrinsically problematic." - true or false?
Linda Kromjong explores the question in the third of her blogs on the topic of supply chains

Global supply chains (GSCs) are frequently in the spotlight. Media reports about scandalous working conditions in supplier companies, as well as tragic accidents, give the impression that GSCs are always intrinsically problematic, even downright “bad”. Are they?

What is certainly clear is that participation in the global marketplace has created hundreds of millions of jobs, growth and development and brought millions of people out of poverty... Read the whole blog here.


4 March 2016:
"Extraterritorial jurisdiction is the surest means to secure access to remedy for victims of human rights abuse in global supply chains." - true or false?
Linda Kromjong explores the question in the second of her blogs on the topic of supply chains

Access to remedy in cases of human rights violations is not only a human right per se, but a prerequisite for the full enjoyment of these human rights. It is only when people have access to justice and remedy that rights become meaningful. Article 8 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law.”... Read the whole blog here.

 

3 February 2016:

“Companies have total control over their global supply chains” – true or false?
Linda Kromjong explores the question in the first of her blogs on the topic of supply chains

As the pace of globalisation accelerates and new technologies allow companies to easily source products in various locations - assembling, transforming, adding value, distributing and selling them in yet others, it becomes clear that supply chains are increasingly complex webs of interaction, rather than the sequence of elements arranged in a neat line we may once have imagined......Read the whole blog here.