Kafer Uzunkaya, General Manager, employment Agency of Turkey (ISKUR), Turkey:

Labour market assessment is the main task of trade unions in all countries, we must ensure a balance between employers and workers. In terms of employment, Turkey has achieved some results: over the past 12 years, the labor force has increased by 41.6% and amounted to 32 million people. 245,000 highly qualified young people have been trained. More than 23 million new jobs have been created. If in Europe there is a decline, Turkey has made a serious leap in the employment of young people.

Caroline Chepkoech Rutto, assistant Secretary General, Central trade Union organization of Kenya, Kenya:

Kenya’s trade unions were founded in 1960 and comprise 3.8 million people in 47 trade unions. The main task of which is to protect the interests of workers before the Ministry of labor and social protection in cases of release, in addition, seek to increase wages and prevent risks in the workplace. Trade unions in Kenya participate in Councils to determine the minimum wage. The country has a developed shadow economy and through the conclusion of collective agreements seek to protect the rights and interests of workers. Kenya’s trade unions are also involved in the fight against corruption in the public sector.

Tamara Alejandra Munoz Valenzuela, Vice President, United workers center of Chile (CUT), Chile:

I do not agree with the statement that the discovery of new technologies in the fourth industrial revolution will contribute to the mass release of workers. He believes that this will contribute to the creation of new jobs, the formation of a new list of specialties.

Joseph Ali Abdelkarim Joseph, President of the Sudanese workers trade unions Federation (SWTUF) and the Sudan:Implementation of the fourth industrial revolution requires joint efforts of trade unions with state bodies in matters of environmental protection, implementation of environmental technologies, both within the country and across the Nations.

The first day of the international conference was completed with a gala dinner with an extensive concert program. All participant Ali Yalcin – President of MEMUR – SAINT presented the gifts. Took place photographs on the memory.

The SECOND DAY of the international conference “the Future of work: challenges and opportunities”, organized by the Confederation of trade unions of civil servants (Memur-sen) to the 100th anniversary of the ILO the second day of the conference was attended by the Chairman of the Turkish Parliament, doctor, Professor Mustafa Shentop. Made : — the news Agency gezim Kalaja – President of BSPSH, Albania Luigi Ulgiati – the Secretary-General UGL, Italy – Mirbolat Zhakypov, member of the General Council of fprk, Kazakhstan – Ali Rahim Ali Saedi — President of the GFITU, Iraq – Sandaran Solomon Joseph Picchi – Secretary General of the MTUC, Malaysia.

All speakers thanked the Confederation of trade unions of MEMUR-SEN for the invitation and good organization of the international conference and in their speeches noted that, since the Industry 4.0 will be at the forefront of innovation, their intensity and speed of implementation, the quality of human resources depends on the education system. The priority of educational programs should be the development of the ability to constantly adapt to changes and assimilation of new knowledge. The emergence of new professions and changing requirements for the competencies of graduates of educational institutions will require a willingness to change the meaning and content of education, to introduce new methods and means of training.

Davos forum prepared a special report The Future of Jobs, which says that about 65% of children who are now sent to primary school, will work in specialties that do not yet exist. The basic skills for the professionals of the future will be the ability to learn throughout life, critical thinking and self-control. In fact, we are talking about the fact that the younger generation will not have to settle for the profession, the career of young people will necessarily be associated with adaptation to emerging challenges and continuous self-development.  Trade unions, through dialogue with employers, must ensure the protection of workers ‘ social and labour rights, employment and the adaptation of young people.

From the delegation of Kazakhstan made Zhakypov M. H. – member of the General Council of fprk. In the beginning of his speech in the state language on behalf of the Chairman fprk BDRip B. J. welcomed the participants and guests of the conference and thanked the organizers for the invitation to participate.

Further speaking English Mirbulat Habievich noted that “the Year of the 100th anniversary of the International labour organization, of course, was an important milestone for everyone. The ILO anniversary year takes stock of the path taken by the organization, one of the oldest in the multilateral system, and appreciates the achievements that have marked that path. The changes faced by the world of work are widely discussed by the ILO and the member States of the Organization.”

In a rapidly changing world, labour relations are changing rapidly and, together with the positive aspects, these changes pose a wide variety of threats. Today, a billion people work remotely in the world. Those professions that are still very popular today, very soon may be unnecessary, or the demand for them will be significantly reduced.  He spoke about Kazakhstan’s program of digital modernization of industry until 2025, the situation in the labor market of Kazakhstan, that “in Kazakhstan, the theme of the future of labor is widely discussed by trade unions together with social partners at various sites. And it becomes obvious that the improvement of professional skills and continuous training, including retraining, are becoming one of the key elements of the future of the labor sphere and ensuring decent employment, poverty eradication and the formation of a new economy based