ILO Leadership Aims To Cease Further Collaboration With Tobacco Industry
Devex: ILO chief wants to cut ties with big tobacco. Will the governing body heed the call?
“The International Labour Organization is again under intense pressure from a growing number of stakeholders to put an end to its relationship with big tobacco. But after ILO postponed a long-awaited vote on divestment Wednesday, many wonder whether the governing body will be able to reach an agreement by the end of its ongoing 332nd session in Geneva on March 22…” (Ravelo, 3/15).
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