1. News

    Sectoral Measures to Fight COVID 19 at Workplaces, Documents in Arabic

    30 July 2020

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    World Youth Skills Day 2020

    Skills for a Resilient Youth in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond

    14 July 2020

    The World Youth Skills Day 2020 took stock of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on skills development and explore how young people can respond to the economic crisis. The focus was on helping young people be more resilient to changes caused by the current crisis and in the world of work in general.

  3. News

    The way for sustainable solutions in the fight to eliminate the child labour discussed in the COVID-19 context

    13 July 2020

    The summer season of the hazelnut harvest in the Black Sea region of Turkey will keep up with the new COVID-19 protective measures and dynamic support provided within the “An Integrated Model for the Elimination of Worst Forms of Child Labour (WFLC) in Seasonal Agriculture in Hazelnut Harveting in Turkey Project”. The new actions and lessons learned were discussed in the Steering Committee and Stakeholders meeting of the project held on 9 June 2020. The project is implemented by the close cooperation of the International Labour Organization (ILO) for Turkey and the Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Services of Turkey. The project aims to assist the elimination of the worst forms of child labour in seasonal agriculture in hazelnut harvesting in Turkey.

  4. Virtual Global Summit

    ILO Global Summit builds commitment to create better world of work after COVID-19

    13 July 2020

    Global leaders discussed strategies to ensure the world of work after the COVID-19 pandemic tackles the vulnerabilities exposed by the outbreak, including a lack of social protection, the informal economy, inequality and climate change.

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    COVID-19 and the maritime sector

    ILO welcomes COVID-19 seafarers’ rights agreement

    09 July 2020

    With hundreds of thousands of seafarers stranded at sea due to the pandemic, a new international agreement recognizes them as key workers who should be protected.