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ILO Meetings and Documents

The Governing Body

The Governing Body is the executive body of the International Labour Organization. It meets three times a year, in March, June and November. It takes decisions on ILO policy, decides the agenda of the International Labour Conference, adopts the draft Programme and Budget of the Organization for submission to the Conference, and elects the Director-General.

Minutes of the Governing Body

Minutes and decisions of the 344th Session, March 2022 and 346th Session, Oct.-Nov. 2022

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Minutes and decisions, Oct.-Nov 2022 Procès-verbaux et décisions, oct.-nov. 2022 Actas y decisiones, oct.-nov. 2022
Minutes and decisions, March 2022 Procès-verbaux et décisions, mars 2022 Actas y decisiones, marzo 2022


Minutes and decisions of the 342nd Session, June 2021 and the 343rd Session, November 2021

Minutes and decisions, Nov. 2021 Procès-verbaux et décisions, nov. 2021 Actas y decisiones, nov. 2021
Minutes and decisions, June 2021 Procès-verbaux et décisions, juin 2021 Actas y decisiones, junio 2021

Minutes and decisions of the 338th bis and the 339th Sessions, May/June, 2020 (Cancelled)

2015 (Session 325) -   English     Francais         Español

1919 - 2015    English     Francais      1951 - 2015    Español

Documents of the Governing Body

Amendments to the Staff Regulations

Approval of the Minutes of the previous Governing Body session

Approved symposia, seminars, workshops and similar meetings 

Composition and agenda of standing bodies and meetings

Documents on Technical Cooperation 

Election of the Officers of the Governing Body


Programme and Budget

Programme, Financial and Administrative (PFA)

Report of the Board of the International Training Centre of the ILO

Reports of the Committee on Freedom of Association