(a) reaffirmed the importance of legal protection in the ILO’s relations with member States and, in particular, its privileges and immunities recognized in the 1947 Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Specialized Agencies and Annex I relating to the ILO;
(b) urged ILO Members which had yet to do so, and in particular those represented on the Governing Body, to accede to the 1947 Convention and apply its Annex I and urged all Members to give full effect to the ILO’s privileges and immunities;
(c) requested the Director-General to continue efforts to promote the legal protection of the ILO through the measures indicated in paragraphs 10 and 11 of document GB.317/LILS/1(Rev.), and to report periodically on the legal situation of the ILO in its member States, with a view to taking further measures as necessary;
(d) affirmed the necessity of ensuring for the ILO basic legal protection essential for the fulfillment of its purposes in the context of in-country activities with the member States concerned;
(f) requested the Office to prepare a more detailed proposal relating to a possible identification document for Worker and Employer members of the Governing Body, as described in paragraph 14 of document GB.317/LILS/1(Rev.), to be submitted to its 319th Session (October 2013).
(Document GB.317/LILS/1(Rev.), paragraph 16, as amended.)