How do engineers celebrate International Workers’ Day?

Inspenet, May 1, 2023

International Workers’ Day is celebrated on May 1, to commemorate the labor movement and the labor force worldwide, as a movement demanding different causes related to work.

About a hundred years ago, factories were workplaces in which men, women, the elderly and children worked equally, with shifts of more than 12 hours a day. This strenuous working day did not give people the option to recover, rest or enjoy leisure time.

This date pays tribute to all those who fought for years to establish an eight-hour workday and thereby improve the quality of life for all workers.

International Labor Organization (ILO)

The International Labor Organization (ILO) is a tripartite agency of the United Nations (UN), which brings together governments, employers and workers from 187 member states. It was created in 1919, with the aim of promoting labor rights, promoting job opportunities, formulating policies and developing programs that promote the work of men and women.

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International Workers’ Day is celebrated on May 1st.

Engineers participate in various events on International Workers’ Day

Engineers celebrate International Workers’ Day by participating in demonstrations, marches, speeches and other events organized to commemorate the fight for workers’ rights, for fair and dignified work.

In addition, some engineers also organize specific events to celebrate the day, such as conferences or talks on topics related to work, technology, and industry.

This occasion is propitious to reflect on the challenges they face as professionals and to discuss ways to improve working conditions and promote equal opportunities in their field. On this day, engineers recognize the importance of work and continue to fight to improve working conditions around the world.

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