2023 has been an incredible year for us at The Geneva Observer, as we made the switch to a fully reader-supported model in August. But we still need your help to make 2024 another great year. We have plenty of projects and ideas for when our regular Thursday evening Geneva Observer Briefing returns to your inbox on January 12. Please help us make them become a reality. We have extended our discounted subscription, CHF 99.00, with a free one-month trial period. Subscribing today will give you access to all the content on our site, and you won't be charged for a month.
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➤ Showdown between Workers and Employers at the ILO: Workers and 36 Member States are asking the Governing Body to call upon the International Court of Justice to rule on the right to strike. Employers are accusing the ILO of partiality
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