Plenary sitting of the 110th Intermational Labour Conference
110th International Labour Conference - Plenary sitting
110th International Labour Conference
The International Labour Conference (ILC) sets the international labour standards and the broad policies of the ILO. It meets annually in Geneva. Often called an international parliament of labour, the Conference is also a forum for discussion of key social and labour questions. Each member State is represented by government's, employers' and workers' delegates. This year, occupational safety and health, apprenticeships, as well as the social and solidarity economy are among the items on the agenda of the Conference.

Plenary debates – Afternoon sitting

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Discussion of the Reports of the Director-General and of the Chairperson of the Governing Body.

Key moments

playBright Wireko Brobby's remarks
Duration: 4:14
playOmar Abdi Said's remarks
Duration: 5:00
playIgor Zubcu's remarks
Duration: 3:44
playAndrés Fostik's remarks
Duration: 3:45
playAndrea Orlando's remarks
Duration: 3:55


Marco Andrade
Workers' delegate, Panama
Bright Wireko Brobby
Deputy Minister, Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations, Ghana
Omar Abdi Said
Minister of Labour in charge of Formalization and Social Protection, Djibouti
Igor Zubcu
Workers' delegate, Republic of Moldova
Andrés Fostik
Employers' delegate, Uruguay
Andrea Orlando
Minister or Labour and Social Policies, Italy

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