In this introductory part of the book on the Origins of Labor Law carried out by 16 countries in which the labor history of each of them is collected, the history of the Latin American Institute of Labor and Social Security Law should be highlighted, which has been very dispersed, and whose work has been difficult to carry out; but under the leadership of the current president Dr. Martha Elisa Monsalve Cuellar and with the collaboration of former presidents such as Dr. Víctor Ferro Delgado, Guillermo Hori Robaina, Rolando Murgas Torraza, Rafael Forero Rodríguez, Maria del Rosario Bernardoni, Italo Morales among others , it has been possible to redo in part.
The Latin American Institute of Labor Law and Social Security has as a precedent of its creation, the Resolution of the II National Congress of Labor and Social Security Law held in the city of Córdoba Argentina in April 1962, which approved a report prepared by the "Juan B. Alberdi" Labor Law Institute of the Law School of the University of Tucumán, which prepared the draft regulations for the Institute, with the support of Mario de la Cueva, Alfredo J. Ruprecht and Octavio Bueno Magano.
Then, at the III Conference of Latin American Law Schools held in Chile in 1963, the aforementioned was ratified, and the regulations were incorporated into the agenda set for the IV Conference of Latin American Law Schools held in Uruguay in 1965, where the bases for the creation were ratified. of the Institute, approving the draft regulations presented by Dr. Mariano R. Tissembaun who was the director of the Institute of Labor Law "Juan R. Alberdi" of the Faculty of Law of the University of Tucumán at that time, in which created the Latin American Institute of Labor Law and Social Security.
Therefore, it is observed that the main initiative for the creation of the Institute was Dr. Mariano Tissembaun with the support of professors such as Mario de la Cueva and other teachers who highlight the history of Latin American Labor Law, with Dr. Tissembaun being the first president. others like Russomano, Ruprecht and Bueno Magano, who organized a Congress of the Institute in Sao Paulo Brazil at the end of the seventies.
It seems that under the presidency of Ruprecht the dissent was presented by Professor Guillermo Cabanellas and the creation of the Ibero-American Labor Law Association in 1972.
But despite this, at the VI Ibero-American Congress in Caracas Venezuela in 1977 it was agreed that the Ibero-American Congresses will be convened by the three entities, which was known as an honor pact between the members of the three entities (Academia, Asociación and Institute), with the right to equal participation in the formal acts of the respective Congress.
This agreement was ratified at the XVIII Ibero-American Congress of Labor and Social Security Law held in the city of Managua, Nicaragua in 1990, where basic rules must be established for the development of future Ibero-American Labor Law Congresses. and Social Security.
The foregoing is ratified in the agreement signed by the presidents of the aforementioned institutions: Martha Elisa Monsalve Cuellar - ILTRASS, Rolando Murgas Torraza - Ibero-American Academy of Labor and Social Security Law and Donald Alemán of the Ibero-American Association of Labor Law and of the Social Security that was subscribed in Bogotá DC - Colombia on February 24, 2011.
For the period 1974 to 1978, Dr. Guillermo Hori Robaina was elected and was reelected from 1978 to 1982.
In 1974, doctors Mario de la Cueva and Rafael Caldera Rodríguez presented themselves as candidates for the presidency of the Institute, but Dr. Mariano R. Tissenbaun proposed Dr. Guillermo Hori for the presidency, a request that was accepted by the Assembly of the Institute.
During his tenure as president, together with Dr. Mario de la Cueva, he organized the 5th Ibero-American Labor Law Congress in Mexico City in 1975, which ended with the declaration of labor rights in Querétaro in the Palace of Congress. Constituent of 1917.
In 1978, he organized a Latin American International Congress on Labor and Social Security Law with the assistance of professors and teachers such as Américo Pla Rodríguez, Mariano Tissembaun, Víctor Mozart Russomano, among others.
In 1987, the Third International Course on Comparative Labor Law was organized by the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, with the University of Lima and the Peruvian Association of Labor Relations. After Dr. Hori Robaina, Rafael Alburquerque was elected, then Rolando Murgas Torraza, Rafael Forero Rodríguez, and María del Rosario Bernardoni de Govea.
For the period 2001-2005 it was appointed in the city of Lima Peru within the framework of the V American Regional Congress of Labor Law and Social Security organized by the Peruvian Society of Labor and Social Security Law and the International Law Society of Labor and Social Security the Executive Committee of the Institute as follows:
President: María del Rosario Bernardoni de Govea
Secretary General: Víctor Ferro Delgado
During the period of Dr. Víctor Ferro Delgado who was elected in November 2006 in the city of Caracas - Venezuela within the framework of the First Latin American Congress on Labor Management, Law and Jurisprudence, his impact on organizations and economic development organized by the Institute for To be in charge of ILTRAS, the following positions were appointed:
During this presidency, a draft statute was prepared to modify the existing ones, in accordance with the evolution of the Institute. In addition, Dr. Ferro Delgado participated in various international academic events to relaunch the Institute.
Finally, within the framework of the XVIII Ibero-American Congress of Labor and Social Security Law in the city of Managua - Nicaragua, Dr. Martha Elisa Monsalve Cuellar was elected president, who currently chairs the Institute, the secretary of the Board of Directors is Dr. Manuel Ramón Herrera Carbuccia Dr Juan Manuel Charria Segura is appointed as Executive Secretary.
Under her presidency, Dr. Monsalve Cuellar intends to rescue the Institute, its history, publishing a book that contains the origins of Latin American labor law with the collaboration of various authors, under the collaboration of the Universidad la Gran Colombia, which was the central thematic axis of the Iv International Congress on Labor Law and Social Security held in the city of Bogotá DC in February 2013, completing the three International Congresses held in this city in 2010, 2011 and 2012 organized by ILTRASS in association with the University La Gran Colombia and other entities.
In the framework of the IV International Congress, homage is paid to the former Presidents and the General Assembly of the Institute is held and the President is re-elected unanimously. The Board of Directors is appointed, consisting of:
Dr Hugo Barretto Ghione as Secretary
Treasurer Dra Gabriela Mendizabal Bermudez
Member Dr Julio Ismael Camacho
Likewise, Dr Juan Manuel Charria Segura is reelected as Executive Secretary.
Martha Elisa Monsalve Cuellas
Víctor Ferro Rubio
María del Rosario Bernardoni de Govea
Rafael Albuquerque de Castro
Rolando Murgas Torraza
Hugo Italo Morales Saldaña
Guillermo Hori Roviana