DR elected as a full member of the ILO Governing Body

The Dominican Republic, represented by the Ministry of Labor, was elected as a titular member of the Governing Body of the International Labor Organization (ILO) for the period 2024-2027.

The election was held during the 112th Session of the International Labor Conference held in Geneva, Switzerland, from June 3 to 14 of this year.

The Minister of Labor, Luis Miguel De Camps García, expressed that this election is an honor for the Dominican Republic and a testimony of the commitment to decent work and social justice carried out by the government of President Luis Abinader.

“With this second election in what we have been leading this Ministry, the work that has been done in the country in promoting the principles and values of the ILO is recognized, always seeking the welfare of workers, the creation of decent employment and sustainable development of our region,” added the official.

Leadership in the promotion of fair and sustainable labor policies that guarantee the common good are at the core of the actions undertaken by the Minister of Labor, who is committed to working in collaboration with the other members of the ILO Governing Body to promote the organization’s agenda, focused on the creation of opportunities, decent work, social protection and inclusive social development.

The ILO Governing Body is the body responsible for overseeing and setting the organization’s work agenda. The election positions the Dominican Republic as a key player in the development of labor policies at the international level.

The International Labor Conference governs the general policies of the International Labor Organization (ILO) and the same brings together delegates from governments, workers and employers from member states around the world.



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