UN Side Events



Breakfast Meetings: “Informal work along Global Value Chains” and “Social Dialogue as Public Good”
2019 Outcome Document
2019 Breakfast Meeting Article


“Tripartism plus – Rethinking Social Dialogue in times of globalisation and informalization”
2018 brochure”
2018 brochure


“Labour Inspection as an Instrument to Protect Workers in Informal Economy: Challenges, Opportunities and Responsibilities”
2017 brochure


“Decent Work Along the Global Value Chains: A Call for Responsibility and an Opportunity for Solidarity”
2016 brochure


“Entry into force in Switzerland of Convention n° 189 of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) concerning decent work for domestic workers”
2015 brochure

“From Informal to Formal Economy: Ensuring More Just and Decent Conditions of Work”
2015 NGO Consultation Final Report.pdf
2015 NGO Consultation Article


“From Informal Employment to Formal Working Conditions: The Impact on Youth”
2014 NGO Consultation Final Report.pdf
2014 NGO Consultation Article


“Building a Future with Decent Work: Youth Employment and Domestic”
2012 NGO Consultation Final Report.pdf
2012 NGO Consultation Article


“Strengthening the Capacity of and Social Protection for Domestic Workers: International NGO Consultation on the ratification of the ILO Convention on Decent Work for Domestic Workers”
2011 NGO Consultation Final Report.pdf


“The Rights of Domestic Workers: Chances and Challenges for International and National Advocacy Work and Networking”
2010 NGO Consultation Final Report.pdf

Through a Christian commitment shared with its members, CCIG searches for solutions to the political and socio-economic problems of our time while paying particular attention to the dignity of every human being and for the common good of all.


CCIG Hosts Side Event to mark the 34th UPR Session of Bolivia

On 6 November 2019, CCIG hosted the side event ‘Addressing Implementation: Safeguarding the Rights of Children, Youth and Women in Bolivia’ at the Palais des Nations. The event took place in conjunction with Bolivia’s appearance at the 34th Universal Periodic Review session and was co-sponsored by VIVAT International, Franciscans International,


Cultural Rights and Vulnerable Groups

Geneva, Switzerland.  On 29 September 2015, in conjunction the 30th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, the CCIG together with UNESCO Exeta – Unesco Basque Country Centre organized a side event on Cultural Rights and Vulnerable Groups. Moderated by Arantza Acha, director of UNESCO Extea, the discussion sought