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As part of the preparation of the general report on the main working theme of the Romanian Presidency of AICESIS for 2017-2019, AICESIS organized on 23 and 24 October in Geneva (Switzerland) in the ILO HQ an international seminar on the digital revolution with the aim of sharing experiences and good practices with ILO experts and among AICESIS members.

 

This seminar had the honor of receiving at the opening the ILO Director General, Mr. Ryder, who will sign the renewal of the AICESIS-ILO partnership agreement.

 

Are available the agreement and the presentations made during the seminar by the AICESIS members and the ILO expert.

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The AICESIS Board and General Assembly meetings held in Paris (France) on the 17-18 September 2018  proved to be a constructive success, thanks to the involvement of all and the kind hospitality and organization of the French ESEC. Once again, many thanks to our French friends.

 

Are available the summary of decisions taken by the Board and the General Assembly as well as some of the presentaions and speeches made during the 2 days.

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Third edition of the biennial Report of the ILO Technical Support Team for Decent Work for West Africa and ILO Country Office in Dakar - 2016/2017

Senegal

Senegal

Note on the completed activities of the 2013-2018 term of office of the ESEC

South Korea

South Korea

Second and third stages of tripartite negotiations in Korea.

Bulgaria

Bulgaria

ESC Opinion on "The European pillar of social rights and the role of organized civil society"

Brazil

Brazil

The 47th plenary of the CDES was held on March 21st, marking the 15th anniversary, with the objectives of presenting new recommendations and giving feedback on the previous debates of the CDES working groups.

Participation of the SG in the regional seminar organized by the ESEC of Morocco on the renewal of social dialogue and the role of ESC-SI.

"The Digital Revolution": Summary Note on the work of the Abidjan Workshop (Ivory Coast, March 2018)

Guinea

Guinea

Since February 12, a general strike paralyzes pre-university education in Guinea. Faithful to its values of peace and dialogue, the ESC has been deeply involved in seeking ways and means to overcome the crisis. President Hadja Rabiatou Serah Diallo has supported mediation initiatives such as the new dynamics of Guinean civil society broadened to the Republican institutions. She actively participated in reflexion that led to the publication of three statements. Following the meeting between the President of the Republic and the strikers, negotiations began on unionists’ request.