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Tunisia attends 100th Session of the International Labour Conference.

TUNIS (TAP) - A Tunisian delegation led by Social Affairs Minister Mohamed Ennaceur is taking part on June 1-17 in Geneva, in the 100 session of the International Labour Conference (ILC), organised this year on the theme: "Building the Future with Decent Work." The session will notably discuss the International Labour Board Director-General's report titled "New Era of Social Justice." Such topics as "Arab Youth: Aspiration to Social Justice," "World Youth: Leading the Change," "Employment and Social Justice in Globalised Economy" and "Role of Decent Job in a Fairer, Greener and More Lasting Globalisation" will also be discussed during this session. The objective of these discussion panels is to shed light on the specific efforts to be exerted to help create decent jobs, iron out difficulties facing youth to find jobs and establish a fairer and more sustainable globalisation. The gathering is attended by some 4,000 delegates representing governments and employers' and workers' organisations from the 183 ILC member States.

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Publication:Agency Tunis Afrique Press
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Date:Jun 10, 2011
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