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Meeting held in lead-up to ILO’s centenary

Meeting held in lead-up to ILO’s centenary

A meeting was held on Friday in the lead-up to the 100th anniversary of International Labour Organization (ILO) which will be celebrated over a full 12 months next year.

The same year also marks 50 years since Cambodia became a member of the UN agency.

A number of representatives from unions, employers associations and the Council of Ministers attended the meeting.

Coalition of Cambodian Apparel Workers’ Democratic Union president Ath Thorn on Sunday said the case of Veng Sreng Boulevard protests in 2014 – which resulted in four deaths – and the assassination of prominent union leader Chea Vichea in 2004 were discussed in the meeting.

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