Saudi Arabia will attend the 102nd session of the International Labor Organization (ILO), being held at the ILO headquarters in Geneva from June 5-20. Minister of Labor Adel Fakeih heads the Saudi delegation at the event.
The agenda of the meeting, includes a series of topics ranging from the ILO director general's report on the organization's 100th anniversary, manpower and social protection in the new demographic setting and sustainable development, to "green" jobs.
The conference will reportedly discuss an ILO declaration on social justice for a fair globalization as well as efforts and good practices in setting up new partnerships with private entities and viable economic players such as multinational enterprises.
It will also explore developments at the levels of employers, labor organizations and concerned ministries, with the aim of identifying strategic approaches to strengthen their institutional capacities.
The conference will also focus on social dialogue during crisis and transitional stages.
It will also deliberate on how to promote social dialogue and settlement of disputes, and the integration of more sectors, enterprises and workers in the mechanism of social dialogue.
as well as globalization and global supply chains. Saudi Arabia's efforts in these and other related matters will also be projected.