International Association of Labour Inspection (IALI)
Association internationale de l'inspection du travail (AIIT)
Asociación Internacional de la Inspección de Trabajo
Internationale Vereinigung für Arbeitsinspektion
Mezdunarodnaja Associacija Inspekcii po Trudu
1972-06-20 Geneva Switzerland
20 Jun 1972, Geneva (Switzerland), when Statutes were adopted. Statutes modified by the General Assemblies of: 10 May 1977; 17 Jun 1980; 22 Jun 1984; 15 Jun 1990; 7 May 2000; 19 Jun 2002; 15 Jun 2005; 11 Jun 2008.
Provide a professional foundation for building strong, modernized and effective labour inspection worldwide, principally through: development and implementation of a Global Code of Integrity for labour inspection; promotion and establishment of international labour inspectorate alliances and regional cooperation; demonstration and evaluation of the effectiveness of labour inspection and intervention techniques; provision of information and technical expertise in labour inspection; exchange of good practice and experience in the field.
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General Assembly (every 3 years, at IALI Congress); Executive Committee; General Secretariat; Regional Delegates.
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