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Social Dialogue in Crisis Prevention and Recovery

Crises of various kinds - armed conflicts, natural disasters, financial and economic downturns and difficult political and social transitions - constitute a major feature of the world today, affecting almost half of the world’s countries. They threaten decent work for men and women, a major strategic objective of the ILO, as well as other aspects of human security and development of communities and states.

It is axiomatic that the ILO would want to consider the role of social dialogue in crisis prevention, preparedness, resolution and reconstruction. Such consideration poses two fundamental questions: What role has it played? What role can it play?  LiD prepared an analysis and stylized a framework for promoting social dialogue in crisis situations.

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