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  1. The International Labour Organization was created in 1919 by Part XIII of the Versailles Peace Treaty ending World War I. It grew out of nineteenth-century labor and social movements which culminated in widespread demands for social justice and higher living standards for the world’s working people.

  2. Facts International Labour Organization (ILO) The Nobel Peace Prize 1969 Founded: 1919 Prize motivation: “for creating international legislation insuring certain norms for working conditions in every country” Prize share: 1/1 “If You Want Peace, Secure Justice”

  3. The International Labor Organization (ILO) is a United Nations agency responsible for dealing with employment-related issues across the world, including employment standards and problems of exploitation.

  4. The International Labour Organization (ILO), is the only tripartite U.N. agency since 1919, bringing together governments, employers and workers of 187 member states to set labour standards ...

  5. 06/12/2018 · Some of the most important organisational structure of ILO are as follows: International Labour Conference (ILC) Governing Body International Labour Office (ILO). (1) INTERNATIONAL LABOUR CONFERENCE (ILC) This is the Apex body of ILO which makes labour policies for international labour.

  6. 07/05/2019 · The International Labour Organization Authors: Ibikunle Hakeem Tijani Morgan State University Content uploaded by Ibikunle Hakeem Tijani Author content Content may be subject to copyright. The...

  7. Commitment . 1. Eradicating child labour. The ILO’s Flagship International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour and Forced Labour (IPEC+) has ongoing operations in 62 countries and supports efforts to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on child labour, forced labour and human trafficking due to school closures, unemployment, and a lack of social protection systems.