Sobre el caracter previo de la consulta, el Convenio 169 no especifica en que etapa de la medida legislativa o administrativa debe llevarse a cabo; sin embargo, la Comision de Expertos en Aplicacion de Convenios y Recomendaciones (CEACR
) (14) senala que debe realizarse antes de tomar la decision.
Individual Observations on Convention No.
ILO (International Labour Organisation) (2006), CEACR
: Individual Observation concerning Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention, 1958 (No.
: Individual Observation Concerning Convention No.
Country reports on ratified Conventions are examined by the CEACR
. In 1999, the Committee noted that reports from a minority of States referred to HIV/AIDS screening for various categories of migrant workers, and stated its concern at the alarming development of the phenomenon of HIV/AIDS screening on arrival (ILO, 1999).
And furthermore--though this is nothing to do with its drafting as such--some of its key provisions disregard Australia s international obligations (CEACR
In 2002 and 2003, the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (CEACR
) asked the Mexican government "to amend the Federal Labor Law to explicitly prohibit discrimination based on sex in recruitment and hiring for employment and in conditions of employment." (106) Subsequently, on June 9, 2003, Mexican President Vicente Fox signed the new Antidiscrimination Law, which was published in the Federal Official Gazette on June 11, 2003.
(123) As part of the ILO's enforcement scheme, it periodically dispatches observers to countries that have ratified its conventions, and the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations ("CEACR
") publishes a report of these observations.
ILO Committee of Experts (2001) "CEACR
: Individual observation and specific request on Convention No.100, Equal Remuneration, 1951: New Zealand" Geneva, www.ilo.org.
In the ILO's 2010 Report of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (CEACR
), the ILO expressed satisfaction regarding the measures the Colombian government had taken in improving protection of freedom of association and collective bargaining.