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Minister to attend labour conference

Home Affairs Minister Michael Fahy is to attend the International Labour Organization (ILO) Meeting of the Caribbean Labour Ministers in Trinidad and Tobago from July 2 to July 3.

The theme of the two day meeting is ‘The Caribbean and Labour 2013 and Beyond - Strengthening Decent Work for Development’, and is being organised by the ILO in collaboration with the Government of Trinidad and Tobago. The last Ministerial Meeting was held in Guyana in 2010.

Mr Fahy said today: “Typically, the ILO Meeting of the Caribbean Ministers of Labour provides, among others, an opportunity to review items on the agendas of the International Labour Conference (ILC) and the Governing Body of the ILO and to take a Caribbean position on critical issues related to employment and labour.

“It also allows newly appointed Ministers to meet and interact with their counterparts from other countries. So, I am looking forward to representing Bermuda at this forum and exchanging ideas and views with respective Labour Ministers from other jurisdictions.”

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Published June 30, 2013 at 4:17 pm (Updated June 30, 2013 at 4:16 pm)

Minister to attend labour conference

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