with Vinicius Pinheiro
Special Representative to the UN and Director, ILO Office for the United Nations
February 7, 2019
6-7pm: Wine and Light Snacks
7-8pm: Talk and Q/A
The future of work is not just an American question, but a global one. How should we think about global labor governance in the age of AI, gigs, and platforms? Come hear Vinicius Pinheiro, Special Representative to the UN and Director of the ILO Office for the United Nations, talk about the future of global labor governance.
About Vinicius Pinheiro
As the leading official responsible for issues related to the world of work at the UN, Vinicius Pinheiro’s portfolio includes the areas of employment and decent work, social protection, labor migration, youth employment, child and forced labor, gender economic empowerment, working conditions, and labor rights.
Prior to joining the International Labour Organization (ILO), Mr Pinheiro was the National Secretary for Social Security of Brazil, responsible for designing and implementing the Brazilian Pension reform, including measures to increase coverage and strengthen the social protection system; served as Vice-President of the Inter-American Social Security Conference (CISS); worked at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); and provided consultancy services for the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the World Bank in projects in Africa and Latin America.