Simón Rodriguez Agreement
Convention Simón Rodriguez
Convenio Simón Rodriguez (CSR)
1973-10-22 Caracas Venezuela
22 Oct 1973, Caracas (Venezuela), at 2nd Meeting of Ministers of Labour, as an Andean integration organ of the T-XT6969 - Andean Subregional Integration Agreement (Cartagena Agreement). Functions as a 'Social Agreement' of F-XF4919 - Sistema Andino de Integración (SAI) within the framework of F-XD0055 - Andean Community. Full name: Convenio de Integración Socio-Laboral Simón Rodriguez. Currently being revitalized after a period of dormancy.
As an intergovernmental institution set up to complement integration efforts in economic and trade sectors with action the field of social and labour policy: promote and support harmonization of social and labour policies of member countries of the Cartagena Agreement; adopt plans and strategies for joint action in achieving improvements in living conditions in the Andean subregion.
Conference of Ministers of Labour; Commission of Delegates; Coordinating Secretariat.
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