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The ILO Tripartite Meeting on Improving Employment and Working Conditions in Health Services will be at the International Labour Office, Geneva, on 24-28 April. “The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss decent work strategies that effectively address health workforce shortages, as a prerequisite to enable provision of equal access to health care for all in need, with a view to adopting conclusions on future programme development and to inform policy-making on the selected topic at the international, regional and national levels.”
Rosa Pavanelli, PSI General Secretary, will lead the Workers’ group to the meeting. Coming up within the context of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Five-year Implementation Plan for Health Employment and Economic Growth to implement the United Nations High-Level Commission’s recommendations, it is a further opportunity to advance the demands for Health For All and improve the employment and working conditions of health workers.