Cotu Secretary General Francis Atwoli has been reappointed for a record fourth time as Member of the International Labor Organization, ILO Governing Body in Geneva, Switzerland.
He was reappointed during the on-going 109th Virtual Session of the International Labor Conference, ILC.
This implies that Atwoli will keep addressing the mainland on most elevated dynamic organ, on the planet, on human and work rights.
The International Labor Organization is a United Nations office gave to advancing social equity and universally perceived human and work rights, seeking after its establishing mission that work harmony is crucial for thriving.
ILO helps advance the making of fair work and the financial and working conditions that give working individuals and finance managers a stake in enduring harmony, thriving and progress.
Atwoli, who was among the applicants that got the most noteworthy number of votes internationally, will currently be accused of the duty of addressing the interests of working people on the African Continent for the four-year time of 2021-2024 on this significant fundamental dynamic body of the ILO to the extent the universe of work is concern.
The Governing body which meets three times each year in March, June and November takes choices on ILO Policy, chooses the Agenda of the International Labor Conference, embraces the draft program and Budget of the Organization for accommodation to the Conference and chooses the Director-General of the ILO, which is a United Nations office that is three sided in nature uniting governments, managers and laborers