Launch of the Centenary Celebrations of the ILO
Official speech of Mthunzi Mdwaba - 22 January 2019
The 22nd January 2019 marks the official launch of the Centenary Celebrations of the International Labour Organization, which is a milestone of global importance.
This year will be characterised by commemorative events and high-level debates.
These debates are an occasion for the Employers’ group to reaffirm its support to the Organization in its unique tripartite structure, and to highlight the hopes and expectations for the second century of the ILO.
The celebratory events and historical key moments have been compiled in the new ILO website https://www.ilo.org/100/en/
The events worth of note are:
Events with a regional and/or national coverage will also take place throughout the year. We will take you informed of any relevant meeting in due time.
The intervention of Mr Mthunzi Mdwaba, the Vice-Chairperson of the Employers’ Group in the ILO, delivered today on the occasion of the launch of the Centenary Celebration of the ILO can be found in the Resources box.
Please do not hesitate to contact María Paz Anzorreguy, IOE Director of ILO Coordination, should you need further information.
Roberto Suárez Santos
(Draft Agenda, 17 - 18 September 2019, ILO Regional Office for Latin America and Caribbean, Lima)
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