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Director General Thobile Lamati hovers to the 106th Session of the ILC

by lloyd last modified 2017-05-31 17:09

31 May 2017

The Department of Labour’s Director General, Thobile Lamati, will form part of the Minister of Labour’s entourage to the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) highest decision making body, the International Labour Conference’s (ILC) 106th Session in Geneva, Switzerland.  The conference is composed of plenary and technical committees.

The session will kick-off officially on the 5th and proceeds until June 16, 2017 following preparatory meetings taking place on the 4th and morning of 5th June. The plenary will be held in the Assembly Hall of the Paleis des Nations.
The 106th ILC will deal with issues such as Labour migration; Employment and decent work for peace and resilience: revision of the Employment (Transition from War to Peace) Recommendation, 1944 (No 71); Strategic objective of fundamental principles and rights at work, under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a fair Globalization, 2008; Application of Conventions and Recommendations; and the Abrogation of Conventions Nos. 4, 15, 28, 41, 60 and 67. Each of these issues will have a committee.

The South African delegation will participate in six committees of the conference. In addition to the five committees on issues to be dealt with at the conference, is the Credentials Committee which is headed by Director General, Thobile Lamati as the chairperson.

After the ILC‘s 106th Session, the Director General will proceed to Prague in the Czech Republic to attend the workshop on “Governance of labour”  starting on the 27th and concluding on the 30th June.-ENDS
For more information contact:

Teboho Thejane
Department of Labour Spokesperson
082 697 0694
Teboho.thejane@labour.gov.za




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