(a) called on the Office to identify key priorities for substantive follow-up to the United Nations’ 2013 High-Level Dialogue on International Migration and Development, and to ensure that the promotion of effectively operating labour markets offering decent work becomes a central element in the discussions on migration and development;
(b) requested the Director-General to conduct an in-depth evaluation of the ILO’s response to the changing landscape of international labour migration, including the Office’s progress on the promotion of its Multilateral Framework on Labour Migration, with a view to better offering an informed contribution to the High-Level Dialogue on International Migration and Development;
(c) requested the Director-General to organize a tripartite meeting, within the existing resources, enabling the Organization to assess the outcome of the High-Level Dialogue on International Migration and Development and consider possible areas for ILO follow-up;
(d) requested the Director-General to make a proposal for the modalities for the abovementioned tripartite meeting to the 317th Session (March 2013) of the Governing Body;
(e) further requested the Director-General to submit an oral report, available in writing, on the outcome of the High-Level Dialogue to the 319th Session (October 2013) of the Governing Body and to submit for adoption by the 320th Session (March 2014) of the Governing Body a plan of work for future action of the Office in this field, on the basis of the above evaluation and of the results of the tripartite meeting.