International Labour Organization marks 100 years anniversary


This year is the jubilee year for the International Labor Organization.

This year marks the 100 years anniversary of the foundation, or 100 years of fulfillment of its mission.

ILO was founded in 1919 as part of the Versailles Peace Treaty, with which the First World War was ended. For its work, the ILO brings together governments, workers and employers on the basis of the principle of tripartism to achieve social justice and to improve standards in the labor market.

ILO is the only international organization where the government has no exclusive voting power. When setting standards and policies, workers’ representatives and employers’ representatives have an equal voice with governments in the decision-making process.

As a trade union, we are in constant cooperation with the ILO in the direction of promoting workers’ rights and freedoms.

For further information for ILO on the following link.