December 2017

  1. News

    A Workshop organised by ILO in Ankara on the Review of the Training Programmes of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Professionals

    11 December 2017

  2. News

    Trade unions and employers organizations discussed the role of unions and organizations to promote decent work for both Syrian refugees and host community.

    07 December 2017

November 2017

  1. News

    Representatives of TV series and cinema sector: Social dialogue necessary to solve existing problems

    24 November 2017

    The representatives of employees and employers in the series and TV sector came together in the event “Employee and Employer Relations in Visual Arts: Workshop on Addressing Problems through Social Dialogue” organised by the International Labor Organization (ILO) and Ministry of Labor and Social Security. The event was hosted by Numan Özcan, Director of ILO Turkey Office and Mehmet Baş, Deputy Director-General of Labor of the Ministry of Labor and Social Security.

  2. © Anita Kattakhuzy / Oxfam 2017

    Global South-South Cooperation Development Expo 2017

    ILO presents innovative South-South development solutions for skills development and youth employment

    24 November 2017

    The ILO Solution Forum provides results-based presentations and scalable southern development solutions to ensure that employment, decent work and social inclusion for young women and men are integrated into sustainable development strategies.

  3. © Alain Bachellier 2017

    Global Employment Trends for Youth 2017

    Weak recovery in youth labour markets demands a sweeping response

    20 November 2017

    Despite a significant fall in youth unemployment since the height of the economic crisis in 2009, persistent unemployment and a lack of quality job opportunities continue to hamper young people’s quest for decent work.

  4. © Natasha Graham / GPE 2017


    ILO proposes policies to end child labour by 2025

    17 November 2017

    A new ILO report says improving legal protections, labour market governance, social protections, access to quality education and social dialogue between governments, the social partners and other stakeholders are critical aspects in battling child labour. The report was published as delegates gathered in Buenos Aires for an international conference on the eradication of child labour.

  5. Global Conference on the Sustained Eradication of Child Labour

    The international community agrees to redouble efforts to fight against child labour and forced labour

    17 November 2017

    The three-day IV Global Conference on the Sustained Eradication of Child Labour concluded with the adoption of the Buenos Aires Declaration which spells out principles and actions to be taken. During the meeting, delegates presented almost 100 pledges for concrete steps towards the eradication of child labour and forced labour, and the generation of quality employment for young people.

October 2017

  1. News

    Informative Seminar for Teachers and School Managers on Child Labour in Seasonal Agriculture

    19 October 2017

    Informative seminar on child labour monitoring mechanism for removal and prevention from work of children taking part in seasonal agriculture with their families.

  2. 10th European Regional Meeting

    ILO’s 10th European Regional Meeting Covers the Public-Private Partnership in Combating Child Labour in Seasonal Agriculture

    19 October 2017

    In the 10th European Regional Meeting of the International Labour Organization (ILO)* a stand was launched by the Association of Chocolate, Biscuits and Confectionery Industries of Europe (CAOBISCO) to share information concerning activities to eliminate child labour in seasonal hazelnut agriculture carried out.

  3. World Employment and Social Outlook: Sustainable Enterprises and Jobs

    Sluggish SME development hurts jobs and the economy, ILO says

    10 October 2017

    Investing in workers and innovation, and boosting trade and social dialogue are key to stemming rising global unemployment, the latest edition of the ILO's flagship report shows.