A leader for the ILO


Vijay Prashad writes on the very important election for the head of the International Labour Organization, and the need to support Jomo K.S. a progressive economist, in particular in the middle of the current global crisis. He says:

On May 28, a select group of delegates will enter a room in the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Geneva to elect the body's next Director-General. Nine candidates are in line for the post. The ILO's byzantine process revolves around a tripartite structure, with the employers (the International Organisation of Employers), the workers (largely the International Trade Union Confederation, ITUC) and the governments sharing the task of selecting the next Director.
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  1. See as well the Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/poverty-matters/2012/may/18/ilo-leadership-choice-must-not-be-charade.

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