“South African President Cyril Ramaphosa Participates in Global Summit on Social Justice for All”

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa participated in the World Summit on Work hosted by the International Labour Organization in Geneva. The summit, held under the theme “Social Justice for All,” took place from June 14 to 15. A statement from the Presidency of South Africa stated that the goal of the summit is to reinvigorate momentum for social justice at national, regional, and global levels. South Africa’s participation in the summit aims to shape the coalition and ensure the interests and aspirations of developing countries are taken into account.

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The statement further emphasized the crucial role the summit plays in shaping a global coalition for social justice, striving to accelerate the achievement of sustainable development goals in light of various challenges faced by the world today, including inflation, climate change, poverty, unemployment, and inequality.

Over the course of two days, the summit will feature speeches by heads of state and government, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, and other high-level representatives of employers’ and workers’ organizations.

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