Official Bulletin - International Labour Office, Volumes 31-32
Vol. 1, Apr. 1919/ Aug. 1920 (published 1923) is a collection of documents relating to the history and activities of the International Labor Organization from its initiation in the Commission on International Labour Legislation appointed by the Peace Conference in January 1919 to the second session of the Conference, held at Genoa in June-July 1920. Pref. note, v.1.
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1949 the following 31st Session 32nd Session accordance agenda American States Members application appropriate Article co-operation co-ordination collective agreements Committee on Industrial communicated competent authority Conference of Labour considered Constitution Convention Revised Conventions and Recommendations countries decisions declaration delegation Director-General employment service Employment Service Convention following resolution freedom of association Geneva Governing Body decided honour Industrial Committees Inland Transport Committee instrument of ratification International Labour Conference International Labour Office International Labour Organisation international organisations iron and steel Labour Statisticians letter manpower Maritime Commission ment Night Work Women occupations Official Bulletin paragraph programme proposals provisions question recruitment regard registered relating represented Resolution adopted Resolution concerning seafarers Second Session Secretary-General Session Geneva Social Security specialised agencies Standing Orders statistics Subcommittee submitted technical assistance territory textile Third Session tion tripartite undertakings United Kingdom United Nations vocational guidance vocational training wages World Health Organisation young persons