21 September 2018,
Myanmar’s first Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) set to promote employment, protect labour rights and strengthen social dialogue.
21 September 2018, Baguia, Timor-Leste
The Department of National Roads, Bridges and Flood Control (DNRBFC) and ILO launched the first Trial Contracts for the Enhancing Rural Access – Agro Forestry Labour-Based Road Rehabilitation Project in the Baucau Municipality of Timor-Leste.
International Labour Standards
21 September 2018,
The Government of Cook Islands has deposited with the International Labour Office the instruments of ratification for two ILO Conventions: C144 on the Tripartite Consultation (International Labour Standards) and C182 on the Worst Forms of Child Labour, which have now been formally registered
20 September 2018,
ILO Deputy Chief called for the Myanmar Government and military to renew their commitment on the elimination of the use of forced labour.
20 September 2018, Beijing, China
The Ministry of Human Resources (MORHSS) and the ILO organised in Beijing a stakeholders’ meeting to discuss public and private initiatives geared toward responsible business conduct on September 18.
Trade union movement
20 September 2018, Jakarta, Indonesia
As one of the key labour actors, trade unions have an important role in job creation and promotion. By having their aspirations integrated in the policy discussions and developments, trade unions could be part of the promotion of quality job creation for sustainable development.
19 September 2018, Colombo, Sri Lanka
The ILO Country Office in Sri Lanka in partnership with Tandem Research (Goa, India) hosted a workshop on the impact of emerging technologies, referring to artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT), data analytics and so forth, on the Future of Work in Sri Lanka on the 7th of September, 2018.
ILO celebrates 100 years of social protection at the China’s 14th International Forum on Social Security
19 September 2018, Beijing, China
“100 years of social protection at the ILO: the road to universal social protection”
Safe and fair migration
18 September 2018, Jakarta, Indonesia
Together with relevant national stakeholders, the ILO and UN Women developed synergies and formulated strategies to better protect Indonesia women migrant workers from abuse and exploitation.
11 September 2018, Jakarta, Indonesia
Relevant Indonesian representatives discussed ways to develop a national wage system that strengthen minimum and above-minimum wages setting mechanism in the country using an evidence-based approach.