On 16 June 2021, the 109th session of the International Labour Conference saw the election of members of the Governing Body of the International Labour Organization. Marina Valerievna Moskvina, Managing Director of the Labour Market and Social Partnerships Directorate, was re-elected as deputy member of the employers’ group representing Europe and Central Asia for the next period (2021-2024).
The Governing Body of the International Labour Organization is the executive organ of the ILO. The Governing Body consists of 56 members (28 government, 14 employer and 14 worker members) and 66 deputies (28 government, 19 employer and 19 worker members). The Governing Body meets three times a year, in March, June and November. Governing Body members decide on ILO policy, set the agenda for the International Labour Conference, adopt the Organization's draft programme and budget for submission to the Conference, and elect the Director-General.