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ILO Conference in Geneva: the roar of the toothless tiger

Uyghurs work on a cotton plantation in the province of Xinjiang.

Since December, two assessments by the International Labor Organization (ILO) Commission of Experts have been on the table with far-reaching implications. However, they will only be able to unfold their full impact at the upcoming ILO annual conference starting on May 27 in Geneva. The 110th session of the UN organization will discuss details that dramatically give the People’s Republic of China a bad reputation.

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