Pursuant to Article 19(5)–(7) of the ILO Constitution, ILO Member States have the obligation to submit any Convention and Recommendation adopted by the International Labour Conference to their competent national authority, with a view to the enactment of relevant measures, including the ratification of Conventions (ILO 2019a). According to the ILO Tripartite Consultation (International Labour Standards) Convention, 1976 (No. 144), Member States shall undertake tripartite consultations on the proposals to be made to the competent authority in connection with the submission of Conventions and Recommendations (Art. 5(1)).

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8.1. Why ratification is important?

8.2. How to proceed towards ratification of Convention No. 190?

8.3. How is the implementation of Convention No. 190 supervised?