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112th International Labour Conference

The International Labour Organization will hold its 112th annual International Labour Conference in Geneva from 3–14 June 2024. Worker, employer and government delegates from the ILO's 187 Member States will tackle a wide range of issues, including: a standard-setting discussion on protection against biological hazards, a recurrent discussion on the strategic objective of fundamental principles and rights at work and a general discussion on decent work and the care economy. The Conference will also elect members of the Governing Body for the 2024-27 term of office



Plenary debates - Morning sitting

Showing dates/times for

- Presentation and noting of the first report of the Credentials Committee.

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

Key moments

playAniefiok Etim Essah
Duration: 5:56
playBoris Zúrcher
Duration: 4:50
playSamir Majoul
Duration: 6:06
playMikhail Shmakov
Duration: 5:21
playNkeiruka Onyejeocha
Duration: 5:04


Aniefiok Etim Essah
Chairperson, Credentials Committee
Boris Zúrcher
Secretary of State, Head of the Labour Directorate, State Secretariat for Economy, Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research, Switzerland
Samir Majoul
Employers' delegate, Tunisia
Mikhail Shmakov
Workers' delegate, Russian Federation
Nkeiruka Onyejeocha
Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Nigeria
Dato Awang Haji Ahmaddin Haji Abd Rahman
Minister of Home Affairs, Brunei Darussalam
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Plenary debates - Afternoon sitting
Plenary debates - Afternoon sitting
Plenary debates - Afternoon sitting
Plenary debates - Afternoon sitting