INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION
The International Labour Organisation or ILO, after the events of a demolishing World War 1, brings the governments, employers and workers of 187 member states to discuss and set labour standards, develop and improvise current policies and devise programmes promoting a global, equal and eligible labour environment to all men and women, in order to pursue a vision based on the premise that universal and peace can only be achieved if it's based on social justice and welfare.
The ILO is also the United Nations' first-ever specialized agency, which took place in 1946. The main goals of the ILO consist of promoting rights at work, encouragements of decent employment opportunities, enhancement of social protection and strengthening the dialogue on work-related issues.
Agenda Item: Elimination of Discrimination in Workplaces
This committee is apt for both inexperienced and experienced delegates.
Under-Secretary-General responsible for ILO: Ömer Can Öztürk