Lehigh University and the International Labour Organization have partnered to present a discussion of the future of work, as part of the ILO's 100th anniversary celebration.
This one-day conference on "An Equitable and Sustainable Future of Work" features addresses by dignitaries including United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development and Chief Economist, Elliott Harris, and Executive Director of the ILO for North America, Kevin Cassidy. The conference will also present a series of panels focusing on “Effective Lifelong Learning Systems,” “Transformative Agenda for Equality,” and “Improving Global Value Chains for Decent Work.”
April 11, 2019
9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Iacocca Hall, Wood Dining Room
directions to Iacocca Hall
4:15 pm – 6:00 pm
National Museum of Industrial History
Can't attend? Watch the conference live on YouTube and participate on Twitter with #ilo100lehigh.
The conference is free for university faculty, staff and students. The registration fee for attendees not affiliated with a college or university is $25. This includes continental breakfast, lunch, three panels, discussion with students and the closing reception.
The conference is a collaboration by the Lehigh University-United Nations Partnership, the Lehigh University College of Business and Economics' Martindale Center for the Study of Private Enterprise, and the ILO.
A Human-Centered Agenda for the Future of Work
Effective Lifelong Learning Systems at Work
Transformative Agenda for Equality at Work
Keynote and Lunch
|1:45 pm||The Student Perspective on the Future of Work|
Improving Global Value Chains for Decent Work
|4:15 pm - 6:00 pm|
Can't come to the conference? Watch the livestream here and join the conversation with the hashtag #ilo100lehigh on Twitter.