The core elements of an ambitious and comprehensive strategy on decent work in supply chains have been agreed by a tripartite working group  – representing governments, employers and workers – of the International Labour Organization (ILO).

The building blocks of a strategy, agreed after a meeting in Geneva between 27 June–1 July 2022, cover all available ILO means of action and a mix of measures national, international, mandatory and voluntary – to ensure decent work and improve working conditions in supply chains, which experienced significant challenges during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.

The working group reaffirmed the ILO mandate as it relates to decent work in supply chains and the necessity of equipping the ILO to take a leading role in providing guidance and support to Member States and tripartite constituents.–en/index.htm