Special report: PSI at the International Labour Conference, June 2013

24 June, 2013
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Every year, the International Labour Conference (ILC) takes places in Geneva. It brings together more than 5000 delegates and is often called an international parliament of labour. The Conference establishes and adopts international labour standards and is a forum for discussion of key social and labour questions. The ILC took place 5-20 June 2013.

At the 102nd Session of the International Labour Conference (ILC), public service workers from all over the world joined to speak up for trade union rights for public and private sector workers. More than 150 delegates from PSI affiliate unions attended this ILC. Public Services International adopted a strategy to have more impact and visibility at the ILC this year – particularly as for the first time in over 30 years, collective bargaining in the public sector was reviewed by the ILO. The ILO Survey on the Collective Bargaining in the public sector was presented in the Committee on the Application of Standards (CAS).

Read the special 2-page report on PSI activities at the 102nd International Labour Conference and future cooperation with the ILO

PSI videos during the ILC

PSI photos on flickr

Radio Labour

Rosa Pavanelli's final presentation at the ILC



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