ilo : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the United Nations agency concerned with the interests of labor
News & Articles
- Little library in place at plaza
The first Little Free Library for Webster City has sprouted up at the Farmers Market corner. Given in memory Ilo P. Frakes, who was a Noon Kiwanis Club member for 19 years, of which he served 17 years as club treasure.
June 13, 2013 - The Daily Freeman-Journal
- Sharan Burrow in Scoop.co.nz (press release)
Burrow added, "The ILO must be given the task of writing the recommendations on employment and social protection, central to all economic and social policy, for the G20 Framework."
- Ban Ki-moon in UN News Centre
In a statement welcoming this development, a spokesperson for Mr. Ban noted that the establishment of this mechanism "has been a longstanding request of the International Labour Conference and the ILO Governing Body."
- Hun Sen in International Herald Tribune
ILO is a good organization, but there could also be some bad people working for it,Hun Sen said. "Sometimes, some of its staffers may even try to extort money from factory owners, like, 'If you give me money, I will write a good report...