Issues and reports
FERMUN 2024 – International Labour Organization
ILO 1 – Fundamental rights – (Trilingual committee)
Forced labour, modern slavery, child labour.
Issue 1: How can measures to tackle modern slavery be strengthened?
Issue 2: How can we counter forced child labour?
Chairs: Alice Watelet, Clémire Acelor, Jan Oldenburg.
ILO 2 – Equality and discrimination – (Bilingual committee)
Sexism, racism, visible and invisible disabilities, employer rights (redundancies, transfers).
Issue 1: How to fight off racism in the workplace?
Issue 2: How to abolish gender stereotypes in the tertiary sector?
Chairs: Adrienne Husny, Grace Baylis, Selma Surieux.
ILO 3 – Environment – (Bilingual committee)
Green jobs, companies’ carbon footprints + the role of governments in regulating corporate pollution.
Issue 1: How can we limit the environmental impact of fast fashion?
Issue 2: How can we promote “green jobs” without penalising employees whose jobs are harmful to the environment?
Chairs: Waliya Said Abasse, Nada Elouafi, Mandisa Mathew.
ILO 4 – Innovation – (Trilingual committee)
Intelligence Artificielle, remplacement des humains au travail par des machines, conservation de l’artisanat et des petites entreprises face aux machines, télétravail.
Issue 1: The impact of artificial intelligence on the future of work: How can we protect workers whose jobs could disappear and how can we use AI to improve working conditions and open up new opportunities?
Issue 2: The digital economy: A pathway to more and better work for young people?
Chairs: Saliqa Amin, Spade Davis, Gabriela Valle.
ILO 5 – Young people in the workplace – (Bilingual committee)
Apprenticeships, internships, jobs, the role of the State, companies and employees in guiding young people from school onwards.
Issue 1: How can apprenticeship programmes be developed to combat youth unemployment?
Issue 2: How can internships be upgraded to provide young people with a suitable and decent working environment?
Chairs: Aurore Stamatiadis, Emilie Escot, Ava Touboul.
ILO 6 – Solidarity – (Bilingual committee)
Cooperatives, social and solidarity economy, public/private authorities, unemployment, wages, voluntary work, redirection of the economy from the State and companies.
Issue 1: What solidarity policies should be adopted to reduce unemployment?
Issue 2: How can the Social and Solidarity Economy be developed on a global scale?
Chairs: Jasmine Benlechhab, Shirel Nakache, Dahlia Djelouah.