Regional meetings

Upcoming

  1. 17th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting

    6-9 December 2022, Singapore

    The 17th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting (APRM) will bring together government ministers, representatives of workers' and employers' organizations, and academics from Asia, the Pacific and the Gulf and Arab states in Singapore from 6 to 9 December 2022. They will discuss concrete steps to drive job-rich growth that is inclusive and transformative and offers a timely opportunity to revitalize decent work as the driving force for a robust, human-centred recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.

Past meetings

  1. 14th African Regional Meeting

    3 - 6 December 2019

    The African Regional Meeting will bring together the ILO’s tripartite constituents and actors of the world of work in Africa, to discuss regional world of work priorities and the ILO’s vision for 2020 and beyond.

  2. 19th American Regional Meeting

    2 - 5 October 2018

  3. 10th European Regional Meeting

    2 - 5 October 2017

    At four-yearly intervals, the European Regional Meeting brings together the ILO’s tripartite constituents from the 51 countries of the Europe and Central Asian Region

  4. 16th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting

    6 - 9 December 2016

    The 16th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting (APRM) of the International Labour Organization (ILO) brought together the ILO’s tripartite constituents from throughout Asia, the Pacific and the Gulf and Arab states.

  5. 13th African Regional Meeting

    30 November - 3 December 2015

    The proposed agenda of the Meeting is to discuss progress made by the countries in the region towards achieving the targets set by the Decent Work Agenda in Africa, 2007-15, adopted by the 11th African Regional Meeting, as well as to set out future priority actions for the region to achieve the Decent Work Agenda in Africa.

  6. 18th American Regional Meeting

    13 - 16 October 2014

    This meeting will focus on the themes taken up in the Director-General's report, in particular regarding progress made by countries over the past four years with the Decent Work Agenda and the principal challenges faced by the region in maintaining patterns of growth with social inclusion.