Workers & Trade Unions
What are the expectations for the outcome of Rio+20, and what are the concrete proposals in this regard, including views on a possible structure of the Outcome document?
The International Trade Union Confederation sees two different set of outcomes for Rio+20: a concrete set of decisions that governments need to implement, and be hold accountable for, from day one and a declaration, with the main aspects of the agreements on the objective and the themes of the conference.
Leaders’ commitments at the Summit level
– A commitment to implement the Universal Social Protection Floor initiative by 2020.
– A decision on the Financial Transactions Tax.
– A country by country self-identified target on decent and green jobs to be reached in the next 5-10 years, accompanied by a package of decent work policies to secure jobs quality. This target should help at least doubling the number of ‘green and decent jobs’.
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