Retirees' contribution to the Centenary

François Agostini
The Declaration of Philadelphia: 1944 – 2004

Frangois Agostini
Some side aspects of ILO history

J.C. Alexim
Labour joke

Takayuki Ando
The Centenary of the ILO 100 years after having overcome a number of crises

Peter Auer
In the past even the future was brighter

Francis Blanchard
The ILO, Freedom and Democracy

Carl V. Bramsnaes
The Election of Albert Thomas as the first Director of the ILO

Harold B. Butler
The First International Labour Conference, 1919

Marc Carriche
A little story – The birth of the ILO logo

Anita Colignon
In saying a few words about the Brussels office … you could almost write a book!

Sally Christine Cornwell
100 years (nearly): ILO’s efforts to protect performers’ rights Coping with technological change – in a nutshell

Sally Christine Cornwell, Mary Johnson
ILO field offices: coping with political change, civil strife and coups d’état The sub-regional office for the South Pacific in 1987

Abdoulaye Lélouma Diallo

Natan Elkin
Second illustrated contribution to the ILO centenary

Natan Elkin
Pour le Centenaire de l’Organisation internationale du Travail

Ivan M.C.S. Elsmark
The Three Keys, A symbol of Tripartism

Ivan M.C.S. Elsmark
The resignation of Harold B. Butler Second Director of the ILO, 1932-38

Ivan M.C.S. Elsmark
Alice Golay (alias Rivaz) and the ILO

Björn Grünwald
Active Parntership – a constructive ILO approach

Hans Hammar
Happy memories

George Kanawaty
The ILO Training Department 1960-1990

Jean Mayer
The ILO during World War II and the transfer of the Working Centre to Canada

William Mellgren

William Mellgren
A Life-changing Experience

Aimée-Elise Morel
Four Lives in the History of the ILO With Albert Thomas and the Paris Office

David A. Morse
Before Versailles: the genesis of the ILO 1 By David A. Morse, Director-General 1948-197

Jens Müller
Ground breaking policies: labour intensive road construction A case study 50 years into the ILO century

Roberto P. Payró
Remembering the Conference and the Editorial and Translation Division

Edward Phelan
President Roosevelt and the Declaration of Philadelphia

Edward Phelan
Recalling Albert Thomas

Carol Riegelman Lubin
John Gilbert Winant – the third Director of the ILO 1939-1941

H.F. Rossetti
Grace Sampson: 50 years’ service

Vladimir Rys
The role of Osvald Stein (1895 – 1943) in the history of the ILO

Vladimir Rys
Emil Schönbaum (1882-1967), the man who guided the ILO’s transition from social insurance to social security

Alexander Samorodov
An Unknown Hero Retiree. Based on real event

Siegfried E. Schoen

Werner Sengenberger
The historic role of Germany in the ILO

Liz Sommaro
Faces from the Past

Marius Viple
The strange and wonderful early years of the ILO

Igor Vokatch
ILO COOP Story: a century-long journey in the cooperative world of work (continued)