ILO members to meets unions in Turkey

The delegation will report results of their meetings to an ILO committee, which will then decide on the situation in Turkey.

ILO members to meets unions in Turkey

Members of the International Labor Organization (ILO) will visit Turkey in March to see recent developments regarding union rights.

Four ILO members will arrive in the Turkish capital of Ankara on March 2 to hold talks with all parties of the working life.

The delegation will include Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, the chairperson of the Standards Department; legal adviser Oksana Wolfson; Edward Potter, the employer representative of the the Committee on the Application of Standards; and workers' representative of the same committee, Luc Cortebeeck.

Last year, ILO proposed to extend technical assistance to Turkey regarding union rights.

On March 3, ILO members will meet executives of the Labor and Social Security Ministry, and two Turkish civil servant unions TURKIYE KAMU-SEN and KESK.

The delegation will meet labor unions TURK-IS, DISK and TISK on March 4, and have talks with civil servant union Memur-Sen and labor union HAK-IS on March 5.

ILO members will again meet executives of the Labor and Social Security Minister after talks with labor and civil servant unions on March 5.

The delegation will report results of their meetings to an ILO committee, which will then decide on the situation in Turkey.

ILO demands Turkey to lift obstacles before right to organization, right to strike and collective bargaining.


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