The International Labor Organization was founded in 1919 by the Treaty of Versailles, which has as its mission the development of policy and programs for tions that work and employment opportunities. Its main objectives are to promote rights at work, promoting access to decent jobs, strengthening social protection and social dialogue. The concept of "decent work" was released in 1999 by this organization, aimed at formulating an international objective of promoting new jobs and improve working conditions with for fundamental right at work. At the base of defining decent work are the four strategic objectives of the ILO, namely: the right to work, employment, social protection and social dialogue.


decent work, tripartism; social protection; social dialogue


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