ILO Caribbean NewsLink October-December 2018

In this issue: In Panama Caribbean Constituents debate on what the future of work means for them; Antigua and Barbuda and Saint Kitts and Nevis join the Regional Initiative Free of Child Labour; Let’s start the talk...Then walk the talk ILO holds breakfast meeting on the future of work in the Caribbean; Government of Jamaica in the process of developing national action plan to formalize household workers and fisherfolk; ILO Office in Port of Spain trains users of new labour administration software; Saint Kitts and Nevis – Stakeholders discussed a comprehensive labour law; Government of Belize to develop social protection system that covers all Belizeans; ILO lends technical assistance in the development of a new National TVET Policy for Barbados; Anguilla’s TVET Council Board Members receive training facilitated by ILO; Equal pay for work of equal value: ILO pay equity pilot in Barbados; ILO continues its support to Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) in the Caribbean; New Deputy Director, Lars Johansen, joins the Caribbean Office; The Caribbean Office welcomes new Specialist in Sustainable Enterprise Development & Job Creation, Virginia Rose-Losada; and more