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Name Acronym Founded City HQ Country/Territory HQ Type I Type II UIA Org ID

Convention Concerning Invalidity, Old-age and Survivors' Benefits

1967 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT6709

Convention Concerning Labour Administration: Role, Functions and Organization

1978 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT7897

Convention Concerning Labour Clauses in Public Contracts

1949 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT4918

Convention Concerning Labour Inspection in Agriculture

1969 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT6909

Convention Concerning Labour Inspection in Industry and Commerce

1947 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT4705

Convention Concerning Labour Inspectorates in Non-metropolitan Territories

1947 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT4709

Convention Concerning Labour Standards in Non-metropolitan Territories

1947 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT4707

Convention Concerning Labour Statistics

1985 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT8517

Convention Concerning Maternity Protection

1952 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT5216

Convention Concerning Medical Care and Sickness Benefits

1969 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT6910

Convention Concerning Medical Examination for Fitness for Employment in Industry of Children and Young Persons

1946 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT4620

Convention Concerning Medical Examination of Children and Young Persons for Fitness for Employment in Non-industrial Occupations

1946 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT4621

Convention Concerning Medical Examination of Young Persons for Fitness for Employment Underground in Mines

1965 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT6510

Convention Concerning Migration for Employment

1949 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT4922

Convention Concerning Migrations in Abusive Conditions and the Promotion of Equality of Opportunity and Treatment of Migrant Workers

1975 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT7545

Convention Concerning Minimum Age for Admission to Employment

1973 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT7303

Convention Concerning Minimum Standards in Merchant Ships

1976 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT7677

Convention Concerning Minimum Standards of Social Security

1952 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT5215

Convention Concerning Minimum Wage Fixing Machinery in Agriculture

1951 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT5107

Convention Concerning Minimum Wage Fixing, with Special Reference to Developing Countries

1970 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT7004

Convention Concerning Night Work

1990 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT9001

Convention Concerning Night Work in Bakeries

1925 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT2507

Convention Concerning Night Work of Women Employed in Industry

1948 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT4815

Convention Concerning Occupational Health Services

1985 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT8518

Convention Concerning Occupational Safety and Health and the Working Environment

1981 Geneva GE Switzerland T g XT8102

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