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International Labour Organization

Founded in 1919 in the wake of World War I, the International Labour Organization (ILO) became the first specialized agency of the United Nations in 1946. The ILO is truly the only "tripartite" United Nations agency in that "it brings together representatives of governments, employers and workers to jointly shape policies and programmes." The primary focus of the organization is to advance opportunities for women and men to obtain decent and productive work in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity. First-time visitors will probably want to start their journey through the site by looking at the "What we do" area on the homepage. Here visitors can read about their basic functions, read their latest jobs reports, and take a look at their different databases. Further down the homepage, visitors can view recent "Featured Reports", including the "Global Wage Report" and updates on global employment trends. Additionally, visitors will want to check out "ILO TV", which features video reports on their work and activities.
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2010-04-02 09:35:36
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2010-04-02 11:19:08
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