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The settlement of disputes within the International Labour Office

RICHARDSON, David (born 1928), Director, London Office, International Labour Organisation, 1982–91

MORTISHED, Ronald James Patrick (1891 - 1957), Irish Correspondent, International Labour Office, 1953

FOGGON, George (1913 - 2006), Director, London Office, International Labour Organisation, 1976–82, retired

SLATER, Gordon Charles Henry (1903 - 1997), Director, Branch Office in London of International Labour Office, 1964–70; Under-Secretary, Ministry of Labour, in the Overseas Department, 1960–64, retired

STIBBARD, Peter Jack (born 1936), Head, Labour Market Statistics Group, Central Statistical Office, 1995–96; international consultancies, 1996–99

DENBY, Patrick Morris Coventry (1920 - 2001), Assistant Director-General (Treasurer and Financial Comptroller), International Labour Office, Geneva, 1976–81

BRANNEN, Peter (born 1941), Visiting Professor in Management, Southampton University, 2000–09; Director, International Labour Office, London, 1992–2003

Trade and Employment: Challenges for Policy Research. A Joint Study of the International Labour Office and the Secretariat of the World Trade Organization

BLANCHARD, Francis (1916 - 2009), Commandeur de la Légion d’Honneur; Director-General, International Labour Office, 1974–89

JENKS, Clarence Wilfred (1909 - 1973), Director-General of the International Labour Office, since 1970; Chairman of Board, International Institute of Labour Studies, Geneva, and International Centre for Advanced Technical and Vocational Training, Turin

ORDE BROWNE, Granville St John (1883 - 1947), Substitute Member of Committee of Experts on Native Labour, International Labour Office, since 1934; Adviser on Colonial Labour to Secretary of State for the Colonies since 1938

 

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The Constitution of the International Labour Organization (15 U.N.T.S. 40) provides (art. 2) that the permanent organization shall consist, in addition to the General Conference of representatives of Member States ...

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