International Labour Organization

Founding Year: 1919

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Budget: $ 790.64 m (2020)

Guy Ryder (Director-General)

Is the first specialized agency of the United Nations, devoted to decent work for all. It has four strategic objectives: 1) Promote and realize standards and fundamental principles and rights at work; 2) Create greater opportunities for women and men to have decent employment and income; 3) Enhance coverage and effectiveness of social protection for all; 4) Strengthen the equal voice of workers, employers, and governments, and social dialogue.

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International Labour Organization contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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