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  1. Report

    Contractual arrangements in Turkey’s coal mines

    This study, which emphasizes the need for a national policy in mining ensuring not only a continued development of Turkey’s national resources, but also the safety and health all workers engaged in the industry, was sponsored by the ILO and was prepared in cooperation with the Turkish Economic Policy Research Foundation (TEPAV)

  2. Gender Equality in the World of Work

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    Infographic is prepared to mark 8 March International Women’s Day within the scope of ²More and Better Jobs for Women: Women’s Empowerment through Decent Work in Turkey” project, implemented by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and Turkish Employment Agency (İŞKUR) with the financial contribution of Sweden through the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA).<<<<

ILO Office in Turkey

  • Gender Equality

    Public investments in social care contribute to women’s employment

    Findings from the survey report “Effects of Public Investment in Social Care Services on Employment, Gender Equality and Poverty: Case of Turkey” prepared with the support of International Labour Organization (ILO) were released during a meeting held at the ILO Ankara Office on Friday, 29 April 2016.

  • World Day for Safety and Health at Work

    Why workplace stress is a collective challenge and what to do about it

    The World Day for Safety and Health at Work is celebrated on 28 April 2016 with the theme “Workplace stress: a collective challenge”. A new ILO report on the subject highlights the need to recognize the prevalence of psychosocial hazards at the workplace caused by stress and to step up the collective efforts to limit the impact of these hazards

  • Syrian Refugees and Labour Market

    Syrian refugees received vocational training certificates within the framework of ILO's projects

    46 graduates received Welding and CNC programming training certificates as part of ILO’s projects for Syrian refugees and host communities jointly carried out with District Governorate of Harran, the South-eastern Anatolia Project (GAP) Regional Development Administration, Şanlıurfa Union of Chambers of Tradesmen and Craftsmen.