The Superior Labor Court, the National Training and Improvement School of Labor Magistrates and the College of Presidents and Comptrollers of Regional Labor Courts, on the occasion of the centenary year of the institution of the International Labor Organization (ILO), celebrates the 1st International Conference of Judges of Labor Courts on August 21st to 23rd, 2019.
The lectures focused on three thematic axes: access to justice in labor disputes, models of labor justice around the world and labor reform. The objective is to broaden the intense debate about the organization of the Judiciary and the relevance of their specialization in the labor sector.
The International Conference invited speakers from Germany, Argentina, Brazil, Netherlands, France and from Panama our Litigation Counsel, Graciela Dixon. Mrs. Dixon developed the topic: "A hundred years of International Labour Organization: the importance of an effective Labour Justice."