ILO mission gives its first recommendations
To potentiate the social dialogue, to propose training measures for all social actors and encourage complementary technical assistance were the recommendations made by the representatives of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) before the allegations of Ecuadorian union workers.
The mission in the country is led by Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, director of international labor standards of that organization.
Members of the mission heard for more than two hours to 7 social leaders who expressed that their disagreements revolve around: the concept of unionization, which has been discredited by the Government and the lack of option to dialogue with government authorities, starting from Executive branch.
It is anticipated that the Committee of Experts will receive the report next November and December; then, the authorities of Ecuador and workers.