Bureau for Workers' Activities (ACTRAV)
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Bureau for Workers' Activities (ACTRAV)

13-16 October 2014
Countries will assess the progress in implementing the Decent Work Agenda over the past four years and tackle the main challenges the region faces in maintaining patterns of growth with social inclusion.
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Social Protection
Most women make a choice between their own survival and family responsibilities. This is where the ILO Convention on maternity protection comes in...
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Healthcare workers infected with the Ebola virus in Western Africa underscore the risks posed by all workers who come in to contact with the disease.
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Key resources

  1. Newsletter

    ACTRAV INFO: September 2014
    30 September 2014

    ACTRAV INFO, A monthly newsletter produced by the ILO Bureau for Workers’ Activities (ACTRAV), No. 42, September 2014.

  2. Child Labour

    Child Labour and Education for All
    8 September 2014

    A resource Guide for trade unions and a call against Child Labour and for Education for All.

  3. International Journal of Labour Research

    The Challenge of Inequality
    23 June 2014

    This issue of the International Journal of Labour Research addresses one of the central challenges of our times: that of overcoming growing inequalities in our societies. This trend, now well-recognized, is worrying not only for its economic impact, but as importantly because it threatens the very social fabric of our societies and may in time become a threat to democracy itself.

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