Ms Angela Herrera

Youth Champion, ILO, Colombia

Angela graduated with a degree in Political Science at the National University of Colombia. She is a consultant for the International Labor Organization in Colombia and Youth Champion of the SafeYouth@Work program of ILO Worldwide. In addition, since 2018, she has served as an Entrepreneur for Peace in Colombia and founded the clothing brand Manifiesta Made in Colombia, whose garments are made in solidarity alliance by ex-combatants of the farc in the process of reincorporation and grouped in the cooperative Tejiendo PAZ del etcr of Icononzo, Tolima.

TS2 - Regulating OSH in future of work - New forms of work, workers, employers, workplaces and working relationships

Labour markets, business models and technology are changing at a fast pace. New forms of work using new technologies such as platforms, the increase of self-employed and often blurred employment status and the interconnection between companies at national and cross border level makes it difficult for regulators to effectively govern occupational safety and health, both in terms of responsiveness of legislation as well as the regulatory capacity of compliance mechanisms. The technical session will debate these challenges and introduce innovative practices on how are countries preparing for the future of work.

Joaquim Pintado Nunes, Switzerland

William Cockburn, Spain
Valerio de Stefano, Belgium
Angela Herrera, Colombia
Richard Judge, United Kingdom
Stephanie Klaus, United States of America
Doo Yong Park, Republic of Korea (TBC)
Alan Stevens, United Kingdom
Jukka Takala, Finland

Live : 20/09/2021 - 10:30 EDT - 12:15 EDT
Rerun : 20/09/2021 - 20:30 EDT - 22:15 EDT