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Bureau for Workers' Activities (ACTRAV)

  • Trade Union

    Fair competition can protect workers in globalized world

    Director of ILO’s Bureau for Workers’ Activities, Maria Helena André, shares insights about her first visit to Viet Nam in March 2017.

  • 9-24 March 2017

    329th Session of the ILO Governing Body

    Worker, employer and government representatives of the executive body of the ILO will discuss global employment and social challenges, review basic labour rights and the ILO programme and budget proposals for 2018-19.

  • International labour standards

    ILO publishes annual report on the application of standards

    The Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations, whose work constitutes the cornerstone of the ILO's supervisory system on international labour standards, has just published its annual report, along with a General Survey on the occupational safety and health instruments concerning the promotional framework, construction, mines and agriculture.

Key resources

  1. Report

    Violence and Harassment against Women and Men in the World of Work-Trade Union Perspective and Action

    8 March 2017

    This report draws on the work of Global Union Federations and 35 national case studies from different sectors and countries across the world to show that through collective agreements, workplace policies and negotiations, campaigns and awareness raising, trade unions have taken constructive steps to tackle violence in the world of work.

  2. Newsletter

    ACTRAV INFO: February 2017

    28 February  2017

    ACTRAV INFO, A monthly newsletter produced by the ILO Bureau for Workers’ Activities (ACTRAV),No. 71, February 2017

  3. Informal Economy

    Transition from the Informal to the Formal Economy Recommendation, 2015 (No. 204)-Workers' Guide

    24 February 2017

    This Workers’ Guide was prepared with the objective of encouraging and assisting workers’ organizations at all levels to protect and promote the rights and working conditions of workers in the informal economy and to implement Recommendation No. 204.