The International Labour Organization has welcomed the focus placed by the G20 Leaders Summit in Cannes on growth, jobs and social protection, in the context of expressions of global discontent with employment and social conditions in many cities and countries.
Director-general Juan Somavia said that G20 Leaders are connecting their macroeconomic agenda to policies for decent work and a better start in working life for young women and men.
"If pursued and implemented with determination, it will start to rebuild confidence among working people that governments are able and ready to manage the global economy in their interest," he added.
At the summit, the G20 also stressed its commitment to promoting and ensuring full respect of the fundamental principles and rights at work, and encouraged the ILO to continue to promote ratification and implementation of the eight fundamental ILO conventions.
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