Mrs. Silvia Vlăsceanu, ACUE’s General Manager and Vice-President of Concordia Employers Confederation, where our Federation is member, was part of the Romanian delegation to the International Labor Conference in Geneva and participated in the technical discussion panel on labor-related events and other initiatives in the context of the International Labor Organization (ILO) Centenary from June 10-21.
The Centenary Conference of the International Labour Organization (ILO) ended on Friday with the adoption of an unprecedented Convention and accompanying Recommendation to combat violence and harassment in the world of work, as well as a Declaration charting the way towards a human-centred future of work.
The ILO Centenary Declaration for the Future of Work, 2019 is a reaffirmation of the relevance and importance of the ILO’s mandate in the changing world of work, a strong statement of intent, a mobilizing call, and a road map for action by the ILO itself.
“What we have adopted is a roadmap, a compass to take us forward in the future of this Organization, because the future of work is the future of our Organization,” said ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder.
The Declaration looks to the future of work with a human-centred lens. It has a strong focus on enabling people to benefit from changes in the world of work, by strengthening the institutions of work to ensure adequate protection of all workers, and by promoting sustained, inclusive and sustainable growth and full and productive employment.