111th International Labour Conference opening sitting 5 June
111th International Labour Conference opening sitting 5 June
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111th International Labour Conference

The International Labour Organization will hold its 111th annual International Labour Conference in Geneva from 5–16 June 2023. Worker, employer and government delegates from the ILO's 187 Member States will tackle a wide range of issues, including: a just transition towards sustainable and inclusive economies, quality apprenticeships, and labour protection.

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

playAnnabel Newman
Duration: 5:15
playAlok Bansidhar Shriram
Duration: 5:07
playJohn Jairo Caicedo Villegas
Duration: 4:30
playClaudine Ndusi M'kembe
Duration: 5:57
playJan-Pieter Daems
Duration: 5:07


Annabel Newman
Workers' delegate, New Zealand
Alok Bansidhar Shriram
Employers' delegate, India
John Jairo Caicedo Villegas
Workers' delegate, Colombia
Claudine Ndusi M'kembe
Minister of Employment, Labour and Social Welfare, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Jan-Pieter Daems
Workers' adviser and substitute delegate, Netherlands
Samir Majoul
Employers' delegate, Tunisia

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