Meeting at Federation of Trade Unions with delegation of ILO and International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)

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August 8, 2015

Meeting at Federation of Trade Unions with delegation of ILO and International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)

Meeting with the delegations of the International Labour Organisation (ILO), led by Special Adviser to the ILO Director Kari Tapiola and the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) as part of Adviser of the International Trade Union Confederation, Anton Tamm and Director of Global Academy of International Trade Union Confederation Steven Benedict held at Training Center of the Federation of Trade Unions.

Meeting_Federation1During the meeting they discussed the components of decent work and the work carried out in the framework of decent work country programs.

The guests got acquainted that the trade unions of Uzbekistan through the mechanism of collective bargaining regulation are working to full compliance with ILO Conventions. Along with this, training of administration officials, experts and trade union trainers on national and international labor standards, is being organized. Training courses have been implemented in all colleges and high schools of the country on labor matters.

As part of the development of a feedback mechanism (FM) under the Federation of Trade Unions established Legal Clinic, which recruited 30 volunteers to establish operations in this direction. For MOS will be introduced a short telephone number, unified throughout the country.

The main purpose – to understand the complaints of citizens and on the results of the analysis to give suggestions to the relevant authorities and institutions of executive authority in the field to improve the activities of the Labour and Social Affairs.

Representatives of international organizations noted a huge role of Trade Unions in the development and implementation of Decent Work Country Programmes.