Conference | Protecting People and the ILO at Work – ILO, Geneva

6th Annual Regulating Decent Work Conference, ILO, Geneva, 8 and 9 July 2019.

International Development Policy is pleased to present several papers from its 11th thematic issue on the International Labour Organization at the 6th annual Regulating Decent Work conference.

SPECIAL SESSION ON PROTECTING PEOPLE AND THE ILO AT WORK
THE ILO AT 100: TACKLING TODAY’S DILEMMAS AND TOMORROW’S CHALLENGES

PRESENTATION OF THE SPECIAL ISSUE

Abena Asomaning Antwi, University of Lille
> Health Protection in Ghana and Senegal

Christine Verschuur, The Graduate Institute, Geneva
> From the Centre to the Margins and Back Again: Women in Agriculture

Antonio Donini, Tufts University
> Social Suffering and Structural Violence: Nepali Workers in Qatar

May Hermanus, University of the Witwatersrand
> The Achievements and Limitations of Statutory and Non-Statutory Tripartism in South African Mining
Velibor Jakovleski, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

The ILO’s Role in Global Governance: Limits and Potential

CHAIRS
Gilles Carbonnier, ICRC and The Graduate Institute, Geneva
Christophe Gironde, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

DISCUSSANT
Sarah Cook, UNSW Institute for Global Development


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