International Labour Organisation

International Labour Organisation

The only tripartite U.N. agency, since 1919 the ILO brings together governments, employers and workers of 187 member States , to set labour standards, develop policies and devise programmes promoting decent work for all women and men.

- International Labour Organisation

Study Guide

ILO_NottsMUN_18

Documents

ILO_NottsMUN_18

 

Topics

Combatting Exploitation and discimination in the workplace

Combatting child labour and improving inhumane working conditions within TNC’s

Azli Azahari

Azli Azahari

Director

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Azli is a fourth year engineering PhD student at the University of Nottingham. He was introduced to the concept of MUN in high school, but only became truly involved during his final undergraduate year at the University of Nottingham, driven by his personal interest in global geopolitics and history. Since then, he has attended many MUN conferences as a delegate. This ILO committee will be his fourth time chairing (serving as the replacement director, as the original director unfortunately could not make it), and he and Peaches will ensure that each and every delegate in the committee will enjoy the upcoming conference. In his spare time (which is getting scarcer these days, due to thesis-writing and all) he enjoys learning about history, culture, and languages, as well as participating in some sport activities such as calisthenics, inline skating, and ice skating.

Peaches Brown-Senior

Peaches Brown-Senior

Assistant Director

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Peaches defends her unique perspective in various philosophical debates as a Philosophy finalist at the University of Nottingham & is the Conferences Secretary for their United Nations Society. She explores policy making & diplomacy outside of MUN. Her role of responsibility as Regional Ambassador for the Holocaust Educational Trust enabled her in 2016 to visit the British Ambassador to Israel at his home in Tel Aviv to discuss how to tackle anti-semitism in Britain. She also undertook work experience with a Conservative Member of Parliament in 2015 allowing to see first hand how he responded opposition from his constituents concerning his decision to vote in favour of air strikes in Syria.