At periodic intervals the International Labour Organization holds an extra session of its general Conference, devoted to the maritime sector, to address problems specific to work in that sector.
The 94th (Maritime) Session of the International Labour Conference (Geneva, 7-23 February 2006) has consequently taken as its aim the unprecedented task of adopting a comprehensive international labour Convention to consolidate almost all ILO maritime labour Conventions and Recommendations currently in force - over 60 texts - and set out the conditions for decent work in the increasingly globalized maritime sector.
- Daily Bulletin and Supplement
- Provisional Records
- Letter of Convocation
- Agenda of the 94th (Maritime) Session (7-23 February 2006) of the International Labour Conference
- Tentative plan of work (subject to approval)
- Conference Guide and Addendum
- Frequently asked questions
Reports and documents submitted to the Conference:
- Overview of reports. ISBN 92-2-118121-9.
- Report of the Chairperson of the Governing Body to the 94th (Maritime) Session of the International Labour Conference
- Report I (1A) - Adoption of an instrument to consolidate maritime labour standards. ISBN 92-2-117915-X
- Report I (1B) - Proposed consolidated maritime labour Convention (472 Kb). ISBN 92-2-117917-6.
- Report II - Report of the Director General on developments in the maritime sector. ISBN 92-2-117942-7.
- Overview information on the Proposed consolidated maritime labour Convention (based on the informational CD prepared for Conference participants)
- Tripartite Intersessional Meeting on the Follow-up to the Preparatory Technical Maritime Conference (contains links to background documents and related meetings)
- Press releases
- Secretariat list (in French)
- ILO contacts