International Labour Conference™s (ILO) 102th Session to Begin in Geneva Tomorrow Mallikarjuna Kharge Leads Indian Delegation
Isssues of Employment And Social Protection in the New Demographic Context, Sustainable Development, Decent Work and Green Jobs to be Discussed.
The fortnight long 102nd Session of International Labour Conference of International Labour Organisation (ILO) is beginning tomorrow in the Hague, Geneva. India will be represented by a high level tripartite delegation headed by Union Labour & Employment Minister Shri Mallikarjuna Kharge.
Other members of the Indian delegation includes Minister of State (Labour & Employment) Mr. K.Suresh, State Labour Ministers of Tamil Nadu, Assam, and Tamil Nadu, representatives of Trade Union Organizations and Employers™ Bodies, Secretary (Labour & Employment) and other senior officers of the Ministry.
The Plenary Session of the ILC will be held from 12th-20th June, 2013. Khri Kharge will address the ILC the Plenary on 13th June, 2013. He will also address the delegates of Asia-Pacific Countries, attending a Dinner meeting of G20 Labour & Employment Ministers and will also be participating in the World of Work Summit.
The agenda for the fortnight long session include focus on employment and social protection in the new demographic context, sustainable development, decent work and green jobs as well as a recurrent discussion on the strategic objective of social dialogue.
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