High Level Event of the 73rd General Assembly on the Future of Work
Concept note and programme
The overarching objective of the meeting is to share best practices, concrete solutions and ambitious recommendations for shaping the future of work with decent work for all. Forging a new path requires commitment and action from all stakeholders but particularly from governments and employers’ and workers’ organizations who will play a key role in devising human-centred policies that benefit economies and people.
IOE is set to take centre stage throughout the day with keynote speeches and presentations. You can follow today’s events live on http://webtv.un.org/.
The schedule of events is the following (New York time zone):
Vice-Chair of the ILO Governing Body and IOE Vice-President for the ILO MthunziMdwaba will participate in the first panel.
If you have a moment, please tweet on the event to show your solidarity with our global employer community. IOE’s twitter handle is @ioevoice (English), @oievoix (French) and @ioevoz (Spanish).
More information on the event can be found here.
You can find the concept note and full programme for the event in the Resources section.
Registration Form to complete and return by 10 January 2020
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