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The following terms and conditions apply to anyone contributing comments to the blog of the International Labour Organization (ILO).

The ILO offers readers the option of interacting with its blog contributors and discussing the issues that arise from published posts. Participants on the blog are expected to stick to issues related to the lead discussion topic.


You may post comments by providing your name and a valid email address or by signing in with your WordPress, Facebook or Twitter account.

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Every comment will be read and checked by an ILO moderator for compliance with the guidelines below before it is published.

Be aware that this is a public website and anybody can read and access information that you provide in your comment.

Your comment on the blog entries must meet the following criteria:

– It must not have any content that is unlawful, derogatory, offensive, threatening, defamatory, and libellous or contain any content that is inappropriate, indecent, sexual, profane, slanderous, discriminatory, and malicious in any way.

– It must not have any material that displays any third party advertising, slogan, logo, and trademark.

– It must not have any element that violates a third party’s rights, privacy or intellectual property.

The ILO reserves the right to refuse or delete any submitted comment. Spam messages will be removed and users who do not comply with these terms and conditions will be banned.