Building a future with Decent Work
From 30 May to 10 June, Government, Employers’ and Workers’ representatives from 187 member States will discuss a series of world of work issues including global supply chains; decent work for peace, security and disaster resilience, as well as the impact of the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization. Delegates will also consider amendments to the Code of the Maritime Labour Convention and review the report of the Director-General on poverty.
The report follows a standardised methodology developed by the ILO for the assessment of the Enabling Environment for Sustainable
Enterprises (EESE) and is based on secondary data, a literature review, and results of a perception survey of owners of small and medium sized enterprises (SME) focussing on the 17 pillars.
In South Africa, social economy enterprises have grown in number, with increased interest in the sector as a way to provide decent employment and social protection.
Entrepreneurship and the Future of Work in Africa
African Talks on Entrepreneurship Futures, South Africa