TITLE

INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION

PUB. DATE
March 1968
SOURCE
International Organization;Spring68, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p602
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The 49th session of the General Conference of the International Labor Organization (ILO) was held at Geneva, Switzerland, on June 2-23, 1965, and was attended by 204 government delegates, 100 employers' delegates, and 99 workers' delegates from 104 states. S. Hashim Raza of Pakistan was elected President of the Conference. Following statements by 201 speakers in the debate on the Director-General's report concerning the program and structure of ILO Director-General reviewed the progress made in declining the key areas in the future program and indicated that the organization must define its priorities clearly in the light of its limited resources. The 50th session of the Conference was held at Geneva on June 1-22, 1966. One hundred and six states members of ILO were represented at the session which was attended by 208 government delegates, 102 employers' delegates, and 104 workers' delegates. Observers were sent by one territory, and there were 158 representatives of intergovernmental and nongovernmental international organizations. As President the Conference elected Leon Chajn of Poland. A total of 209 speakers took part in the debate on the Director-General's report concerning industrialization and labor. The Director General then observed that the gap separating the rich nations from the poor was a major threat to peace.
ACCESSION #
5182015

 

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