Employment and Social Policy

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Decent work for all is not a slogan for us. It is our mission. We work together with a vast variety of stakeholders to achieve decent work for all; for the informal and formal sector, for women and men, for more and less advantaged. While we try to spread the concept of decent work across different fora of international Geneva, the ILO, trade unions, the Global Coalition for Social Protection Floors and various UN Special Rapporteurs are particularly close partners in this field. Recently, workers’ exposure to hazardous substances has been addressed in our projects and we are keen to look at the future of work.

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Thursday, 08.11.18 to Friday, 09.11.18 - Geneva | 2018, Trade and Development, Employment and Social Policy | Event

Overcoming Inequalities in a fractured world: Between Elite Power and Social Mobilization

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Monday, 17.09.18 - 13.00 – 15.00; ROOM XII, Palais des Nations | 2018, Employment and Social Policy, Trade and Development | Event

Spotlight on Sustainable Development 2018: Changing Course for Sustainable Development – Bold Alternatives to Business as Usual

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Thursday, 13.09.18 - 14:00-15:30, Room XXII, Palais des Nations | 2018, Human Rights and Development, Employment and Social Policy | Event

Exploitation by exposure: workers’ rights and toxic exposures

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Publications

Tomorrow's world of migration and mobility

Geneva, 2017

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Goals for the rich

indispensable for a universal post-2015 agenda ; discussion paper
Berlin, 2015

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Panizzon, Marion

Trade and labor migration

GATS mode 4 and migration-agreements
Berlin, 2010

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