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  • Regular Supervision

    International labour standards (ILS) are backed by a unique supervisory system comprised
    of independent legal experts and tripartite bodies

    Regular supervision supports member States in giving effect to ILS in pursuit of decent work and sustainable development.

    Regular Supervision

    With reports on new ILS, on unratified Conventions and on Recommendations

    Article 19

    Member States report on the consideration they give to implementing ILS that are newly adopted by the International Labour Conference, as well as those early adopted.

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    Regular Supervision

    With reports on ratified Conventions

    Article 22

    Governments report on the measures they take to implement Conventions they have ratified.

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  • Special procedures

    International labour standards (ILS) are backed by a unique supervisory system comprised
    of independent legal experts and tripartite bodies

    The special procedures enable constituents to raise with the ILO alleged shortcomings in the manner States give effect to ILS or realize the fundamental principles of the ILO.

    Special procedures

    With representations and complaints on ratified Conventions

    Articles 24 and 26

    ILO constituents are able to bring allegations of inadequate observance of Conventions that have been ratified.

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    Special procedures

    With complaints to the CFA

    Freedom of association and collective bargaining are among the fundamental principles of the ILO. Their respect is implicit in membership in the Organization. ILO constituents thus have available to them a procedure for alleging violations of these principles, regardless of ratification of the relevant Conventions.

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