The international labor organizations was started under the united nations to cater for the human rights for the workers, by promoting opportunities to decent and productive work in conditions of freedom, equity, security and dignity. Started in 1919 by some private professionals who had known each other through ideological networks, it has over the years been a great tool for championing of labor rights in and around all countries in the world.
The International Labor Organization is governed by an executive body of the international labor office. They meet three times in a year to make decisions for the International Labor Organization policy and also make agenda of the international labor conference. The governing body is made of government representatives and worker groups and employer group representatives. Over the years the governing body of the International Labor organizations had categorized labor standards convention and recommendations. This was largely of a technical nature and with the advent of globalization pressure was built to improve them with inclusion of labor organizations from different countries.