Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Republic of Kazakhstan plans carrying out panel session «Social partnership. Allocation of responsibility to ensure productive employment and the expansion of decent work» within the VII Astana economic forum which will take place in Astana on May 21 2014.
The Deputy prime minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan G.N.Abdykalikova, the Minister of Labour and Social Protection of RK T.K.Duysenova, deputies of Parliament of RK, the chairman of Federation of labor unions of RK A.K.Kusainov, the chairman of the board of National chamber of businessmen of Kazakhstan A.I.Myrzakhmetov, the Doctor of Economics, professor B.L.Tatibekov, and also representatives of the international organizations will take part in work of panel session - the secretary general of the International association of social security Hans-Horst Konkolevski; Director of Technical Support Decent Work and the ILO for Eastern Europe and Central Asia Dimitrina Dimitrova; doctor, founder of NPO "Initiative - globalization for the common good "Kamran Mofid; executive director of the Russian-Singapore business forum Michael Tey; chief specialist on international labor standards, Technical Support Group on Decent Work and the ILO Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia Alan Pels; Chief Adviser ILO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia France Auer; Director of the Employment Department of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation Mikhail Kirsanov and many others.
Work of panel session will be built round the questions actual today concerning the social and labor sphere:
During panel session as expected there will be a number of recommendations about taking measures which will promote economic growth taking into account distribution of responsibility of the parties within social partnership (The government, associations of employees and employers), and productive employment in conditions of respect for the fundamental principles of law in the labor protection sphere.
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